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I've just started in SecondLife, so I haven't had time to adjust my avatar. This is what I have so far...

...back to wine, cheese,...

Current Locale:
Lucca Italy
My temperment:
energetic energetic
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On May 31st, 2007 12:20 am (UTC), insomnia commented:
I like Second Life, but it often seems more materialistic than the first one! Lately, I've been adventuring through Lord of the Rings online, which is pretty magical really.

I am currently planning a trip from June 30th-July 8th along the Oregon Coast up into Washington and then across into Vancouver and back, and have been in pursuit of special places to see, stay, or dine. As I don't know Washington well, I figured I would ask you for any suggestions, as we seem to have similar tastes in such things.

I currently have the 2nd planned for a nice lodge along the middle of the Oregon coast, the 3rd for a yurt at the extreme north of the Oregon coast... that leaves the 4th as being somewhere in Washington, and hopefully the 5th somewhere in British Columbia.

I'd love to hear any ideas you might have, especially if they involve places that aren't touristy, are reasonably priced, and are unexpectedly magical, so to speak.
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On June 3rd, 2007 03:39 am (UTC), spiritmoving replied:
We've just returned to internet access after a week out of contact while in Puerto Rico. We're at a nephew's graduation near Tecumseh right now. We'll think about this and get back to you!
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On June 18th, 2007 02:55 am (UTC), elimloth replied:
I'll have to try LOTR VR, though 2nd life is plenty. Yes, I notice the materialism, but it is possible to go through it while spending little if nothing - it's just that the pretty things are alluring, and you face the choice of burning time making things or just buying them.

You mentioned:

I am currently planning a trip from June 30th-July 8th along the Oregon Coast up into Washington and then across into Vancouver and back, and have been in pursuit of special places to see, stay, or dine. As I don't know Washington well, I figured I would ask you for any suggestions, as we seem to have similar tastes in such things.

You'll be in the area July 4th? There are many things going on. First are the Seattle fireworks at gas works park with its coordinated music. It's pretty intense and crowded but much fun if you areinto pyrotechnics.

You are arriving between the Pride fedtival and Bumbershoot, two very large events. However, the Seattle area is instrinically beautiful and there are many things to do at the spur of a moment. If you need an overnight stay on the night of the 4th, drop by our place - we have guest bed room. d r a c o at spamcop

In the mean time, I'll scour the NW weekly sites.



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