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Friday, April 25, 2008


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HeadBurro Antfarm

Hi Wagner - thanks for the blog check, much appreciated :)

I am indeed half-gazelle in SL. I didn't start off that way, but well, these things happen in SL. I have been (slowly) writing the tale of how I came to be, as one friends calls me, a Mantelope and anyone interested can read that here: http://headburroantfarm.wordpress.com/2007/07/03/backapcking-burro-the-beginning/ - the tale has been stalled a little since last November but I'm on the case again.

All of this stemmed from my travel guides which I write/give out free after setting up a group over a year ago. Currently that too is a little slower than I'd like, but I'm very busy with other projects in-world so don't get as much time as I'd like to do everything.

The trip to Mohrr is the fifth section of an on-going road trip I started a few weeks back in which I'm attempting to document some of the oldest sims and builds in the first areas of the first continent. It's a long, long time since you did your own walking tour and these days it takes a good car and a fast boat to see it all :)

I'm blogging the whole trip both on my blog and on the CNN iReport blog:



Anyhoo, thanks again and maybe I'll see you on one of my journies :)

Yours in Travel,
HeadBurro Antfarm.

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