Along the High Mountain Road (Route 6) / Heterocera Atoll: The Mountain Greenhouse @ Plebeja

Just next to Simple’s Mountain Retreat in Plebeja you find a nice 3456m2 public place called The Mountain Greenhouse. The parcel is not listed in SL search, so only known to the travellers of the high Mountain Road and to the readers of this blog 😉

The description of the parcel says: “Hi and welcome at mountain greenhouse. I dreamed of living in a greenhouse so i decided to do so.” It is group owned by the Mountain Greenhouse group, founded by seventhwave. In his profile he describes his role as “I am just the good spirit of Mountain Greenhouse paying the bills and cleaning up the mess after every party”.

You reach the parcel from the High Mountain Road climbing straight up the hill from http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Plebeja/52/50/128 or you can tp directly to the forecourt at http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Plebeja/38/91/170

The Glasshouse @ Plebeja

The building is very beautifully located on the ridge with a nice view over several sims (and to my Mountain Retreat). The greenhouse and the gazebo are made by Phoebe Avro, Owner of The House of Avro Gothic Furniture and Castle Furniture – “I build Gothic furniture, castle furnishings and Antique items”, Part owner of Club End of Days Gothic Club, one of the oldest Goth clubs in SL and Owner of The largest Christmas shop in sl – Christmas at The house of Avro (open 3 months a year). A very impressive list indeed 😉

The nicely animated furniture in the gazebo is made by Harrpo Marabana.

The Glasshouse @ Plebeja

The Gargoyle on top of the gazebo is a “Bad Katz Mesh Gargoyle”, made by Katz Republic – Owner of Bad Katz Textures.

The Mountain Greenhouse @ Plebeja

The greenhouse is fully furnished, you will find many places to take your selfie 😉 The furniture is a very carefully selected collection of pieces from Yelly Donut (yelena.istmal) – [noctis] and Akaesha Revnik – Akaesha Designs. The TV displaying visitors profile pictures is an old Freebie from the Golden Oriole made by the famous builder Oriolus Oliva.

The greenhouse itself is a nice piece of work: Despite the amount of transparent textures, all conflicts all carefully averted and the structures of the walls and the roof are making very nice shadowplays on the tiled floor.

The Glasshouse @ Plebeja

Upstairs a beautiful bath by Akaesha Revnik – Akaesha Designs is set up for the tired traveller to get the avatar clean and prosper again after touring the dusty (or muddy?) High Mountain Road. Additional furniture is again made by Yelly Donut (yelena.istmal) – [noctis].

The plants here and downstairs including the beautiful orchid behind the bathtub are made by Logan Bauer (“Hi!  I run Arctic Greenhouse and Logan’s Virtual Showroom, in the sim “Alternate Reality”).

The Glasshouse @ Plebeja

There are still many of these small places worth visiting and enjoying to be found on the mainland. Generally more so along the roads and railways. The building of this network some years ago was in my opinion one of the greatest achievements of the Lindens (and the Moles!) in the history of SL. Now it still binds the regions together, despite the fact that many of the parcels in between are abandoned and empty.

The character of the mainland gets less and less suburban and more and more rural. But that in my eyes is a development not for the worse 😉

So Traveling will again saddle his horse and show you soon on this blog, what treasures still can be found on Mainland SL. And a big thumps up from and to all the connoisseurs: Greenlaning is groovy for real again 🙂

Be nice and have fun …

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