My Burning Life Of 2007


Lots and lots of people, and the lag that comes with it. Also, the sim borders were extremely treacherous with nasty gnarling and hissing imps in the cracks and seams. And even in the heart of the desert, there seem to be Fae wannabees who feel that NOW is the most appropriate time to IM me about joining the family.

But the music was refreshingly loud, the company of dear friends (as always) very pleasant and if you (foolheartedly) failed to visit Burning Life yourself, there’s some more pictures below the fold.


Syn and me, all set for a guided tour on a flower.


After about ten seconds, the first sim border took its toll. Ouch!


Yay. Arty farty galore! Let’s hope the Allmighty Lindens will not introduce smell anytime soon.


A cute and very burning bunny. There is some justice left in the world.


Portraits: a booming business.


It seems that many bunnies have already met their maker.


Be screwed, he who passes here!


The gateway to a parallel universe in another desert.


An airconditioned vehicle is a very comfortable way to travel in a sun-scorched desert.


A large airconditioned vehicle is even better. Especially when you have to transport somewhat oversized passengers as Schort Achterbahn.


Steampunk. Huzzah!


So utterly civilized, these Victorians. And always willing to offer some clarification.


It seems like the small mammals were having a hard time at Burning Life. Maybe that explains why we hardly encountered any furries.


One could live in this. Or be launched to the stars, of course. Or maybe even both!


Be careful! One never knows, it might still be alive.


Yet another sim border, with a terrible effect on our mobility.


Drat. It seems our journey ends here.

Published in: on October 1, 2007 at 9:48 am  Comments (3)  

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  1. I was exactly looking for something like that. Nuzzle my emotionalism sink Sorry, for off top, i wanna tell one joke) How many Microsoft employees does it take to screw in a lightbulb? None. We’ll just declare darkness the new standard.

  2. Szwcm5 Thank you for the material. Do you mind if I posted it in her blog, of course, with reference to your site?

  3. 8yn2ze Excellent article, I will take note. Many thanks for the story!

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