You have to walk this to believe how grand it is.
Huckleberry Hax writes a postcard farewell with excellent pictures.
I’ve walked those pixel streets and encourage you to try it before it is gone.
Originally posted on What the Huck?:
Rarely a month seems to go by without news that some place or another in Second Life is to disappear. I read recently that The Trace by Kylie Jaxxon, a beautiful, windswept beach sim which I wrote about in May last year, is to close soon. Leka by Kate Bergdorf, an island of peaceful spots and footpaths which I wrote about in February, has also just closed, to be redeveloped over the next couple of weeks into an art gallery. There are countless stopping points in my long SL journey which now no longer exist. The original Blue Angel Poet’s Dive shut its doors many years ago, as did its replacement (the latest version now resides in Chelsea). Sawtooth Mountain Resort, which landscaped for a couple of years the ground level of the mainland sim I’ve lived in since May 2007, is now just a distant memory. And does…
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