Jeff Kelley: how many avatars have we lost ?Ernest Moncrieff: I'm always lostNara Nook: thanks ... little bit lostErnest Moncrieff: are we in a Wormhole?George Equus: I am still in one piece, even hat came along for the ride
The first thing I heard on arriving on Phaedra with the group was Kelso, warning us about piranhas. There had been a strange lag on the Safari clubhouse sim all day, so it seemed quite believable that around this strange towering installation, another brilliant creation by Max Hill, owner of Ignis Fatuus Grid, there might well be avatar eating fish.
It was going to be an epic Safari. This is part one of two great destinations and, as always, the addresses are at the end of this post.
|Chip, these guys are just jealous |
of you rocking the kimono. Honest.
Jeff Kelley: we take the stairs down - we look for a lost key.
The Safari party, about twenty of us, had only about an hour to visit Phaedra before heading to our second destination, on The Science Circle grid, so this was always going to be a sort of dégustation as they say on those wine trail holidays in France.
suzy zaccus: click on the return column
Dabici Straulino: this sim was built by Max who was likely under influence - and by the way, Max said that he hates stairs
Mal Burns: it is a spectacle
Thirza Ember: ok who has the key, come on, admit it - I bet it's Dabici
Dabici Straulino: Max suggest to remove all you AOs so you will say A Oh it is so nice
George Equus: Really cool place, despite stairs :)
Mal Burns: more like stairways to heaven
Thirza Ember: 23 of us running around and no lag!
Kelso Uxlay: Prim numbers
Mal Burns: is a prime prim an NFT?
Ernest Moncrieff: hehe diving into a blackhole
James Atlloud: Is the dive better in mouselook view?
Ange Menges: pas de sirene à la reception :-(
whirli placebo: this place is amazing
Thirza Ember: I like the plant in the tuba or is it a trumpet
Apollo Star: Seems a Tuba