Somewhen in early 2010 I had the luck to win a nice little chopper at a friend’s place, Pacific Pleasures (no, I don’t get money for this – it’s closed now anyway which you have of course to change Alex!^^).
After finding out that the typical vehicle sandboxes and enclosed streets are not that thrilling I decided to have some bigger venture.
So i started at Route 2 near my home at Sedge and headed eastwards. Exploring Second Life via bike is a much different experience than just simply Teleporting around. The different roads were build across the main continents - quite like the roads in real life and lead you to places you would never see if you only teleport around.
|Me and my first bike at Neumoegen. Quite the beast to handle but a beautiful machine.|
|Dizzie's Roads Satellite - Posing as badass Drow|
|Martian Attack @ Snout - quite the Show!!!|
|L'ASYLUM Snout - a nice little steampunk-place.|
|Having a chat with the owner.Very pleasant person.|
|Near L'Asylum is Road 2. There are occasional rezz zones by LL - nice for a picnic.|
|Drow on the... well "Road". Its quite impossible to take a picture from this angle while actually driving. So I had to "arrange" this one ;-) I like the urban-decay-style of that sim (Oculea.) and it fits well to...|
|...Unity Station! And no: I didn’t crashed the building... at least no one saw me.|
|Parodies Lost: Having a break and getting some drow-fuel. Fitting name for that Sim btw.|
|VRC Malacosoma Station - Taking a friend for a ride. Oh... and she actually came home in one piece!|
No name, Patagonia: And the gods invented Jazz... uhmm.. Chess.
Mist haven, Sundana: Reading your future: “Hmm... not good!”
At a cathedral called "Tiger Tower" at the sim Tiger (of course). Cool setting. That was my profile picture for quite some time.
Drow by the Sea, still at Tiger
|Thats what bikes are made for! At a friends home after an exhausting bike tour.|
Hmmm. Going over these nice menories do really inspire me to do another tour. Of course I will keep you informed about my progress ;-)