A little birdie told me about a winter wonderland that I would probably enjoy visiting on the “Aldergrove” sim so I bundled up and ventured out to it. “Asgard’s Winter Wonderland” has a little bit of everything for the lovers of winter. Christmas is in full swing there right now and the atmosphere is very festive.
This was a pretty cool sim and I enjoyed all the different items that they have put together there. It was a fun afternoon of looking around. Thank you Ravin Asgard (Ravinbyrd in-world) for mentioning this to me.
I hope you enjoy the pictures and the SLURL is located at the bottom of the post.
To visit this location in Second Life, please click here: Asgard’s Winter Wonderland
This holiday season has presented many beautiful sims to explore and the “Holiday Trace” build continues this year’s journey through winter regions. Kylie Jaxxon has put together something truly peaceful and beautiful to behold. I really enjoyed my visit here and wandered around taking in the sights and admiring the placement of the items she has placed around the build. As I mentioned before, it is beautifully done and the perfect location for a quiet getaway.
As always, I am sharing the pictures I took and have included the SLURL at the bottom of this post. I do hope you enjoy the pictures and take advantage of the link to experience this firsthand.
To visit this location in Second Life, please click here: Holiday Trace
Entering “Winter Wonderland”, located on “The Forest” sim, I quickly found myself in a blizzard. Okay, not a blizzard but a pretty decent snow storm. This really added to the whole experience and, if you click the board near the landing zone, they send you some cute gifts to make your experience funner still (including cold breath).
This sim is delightful. Plenty to see and lots to explore. From the notecard that you will receive if you click the board, “Step into a magical wonderland this holiday season, and feel the cold air dance across your face. Warm yourself with a mug of hot cocoa, as the frosted air pinks your cheeks and nose. Step away from the ordinary and feel yourself transform in the festive environment. Walk the winter paths, as you listen to the sounds of the frozen ground crackle under your boots, and lose yourself in the lights. Take a ride on the train, to relax, and to let the environment come to you. Take the ski lift up to the lodge, and warm up next to the crackling fire. Play a game with your loved ones as snow covers the ground outside. Whatever you find yourself doing at ‘The Forest’ this holiday season, you will surely feel the magic at every turn.”
I took several pictures while there and hope you like them and inspire you to pay them a visit. I have included the SLURL at the bottom of this post.
To visit this location in Second Life, please click here: Winter Wonderland
The Mill is always beautiful regardless of the season and is one of the “must visit” builds in Second Life. I love going there, exploring, and snapping pictures. It never ceases to delight me and I highly recommend it to anyone looking for something gorgeous to explore.
I enjoy exploring sims and creating my own. I took some time to sit at The Mill and do some thinking. It is really easy to put parts and pieces together to make something pretty but it takes effort, inspiration, and a love for what you are doing to make something really beautiful. As I visit sims, I can tell those that have that passion, as it were, and those that just put things together. For the most part, I tend to highlight those that have that passion and I do make an effort to revisit those that strike me in this manner.
Nothing truly special just happens, it takes work. As you look at the pictures, I know you will see the work that went into this particular sim design. As you go through your day, think about the items that could be that much better if the same passion was applied to it. Nothing is beautiful by default but, with the proper care and nurturing, everything has the potential to blossom into something incredible and, at times, breath-taking.
I am starting to ramble. I do hope you enjoy the pictures and take the opportunity to visit this wonderful build. I have included the SLURL at the bottom of this post to make it easier to get to.
To visit this location in Second Life, please click here: The Mill