The Bath House at the Isle of Lesbos is also a wonderful way to end this week, even if I'm patting myself on the back to say so — I built it. If I had the funds and the facilities this is one of the few things I've built in Second Life that I'd try to translate into Real Life. After doing a number of necessary in-world tasks I plopped my avatar in the pool, propped my RL legs up on a box under the desk, grabbed my Kindle, and just sat to soak and read. Well, I took some pictures, too.
|A lovely little table set outside with views of both the sunset and sunrise plus you can rez bumper boats from the dock.|
|Yes, the roped platform defies proper engineering principles. Interestingly, no one has pointed this out to me.|
|/me sighs at poseballs, but I guess there is no other way sometimes. If this was just a personal build I could set it so one would sit on an urn and be moved into the proper place. But a lotta folks don't sit if they don't see pose balls.|
If you've seen that I've featured the Bath House on this blog before and you are tired of seeing it, don't worry. I'll end this post right here, soaking in the warm waters.