Shout out to my good friend Enigmatic Deir, who created the steampunk zeppelin and sky rollercoaster and donated it to Ian and Lisa for the enjoyment of their visitors. I was there the day he suddenly decided to rez these items, that had once inhabited his own now-defunct sim, The Station (does anybody remember it?). I had a ball watching him work and went on several test runs before he handed it off to them. Here are a couple of pictures from that day.
Two years ago I visited Jasmine’s Hollow and the Dirty Grind for the first time (you can read about my visit here). Back then it was relatively new to Second Life, offering a community environment blending a mix of styles – rural, small town, steampunk – presenting a mix of residential accommodation, music and entertainment and photographic opportunities, all of which came together to present a rich environment, pleasing to the eye and pleasant to visit.
Since that time, Jasmine’s Hollow and the Dirty Grind have grown into an arts-centric community run by Lisa Witterdoodlesteinbeauchamp (aka (jasmine0alaya) and her partner, Ian Witterdoodlesteinbeauchamp (Ian McConach), offering a unique environment in which live music and the arts are actively encouraged and promoted.
To mark the community’s second…
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