More cats awaited Baker outside the garage. At least some of them were present during the family’s last trip, according to photos from previous posts. But the one in almost the exact center of the sim — quantum cat as we’ll term him or her — was definitely not there. Here’s a comparison picture with John Lockfry 02 showing an empty table from, at the most, 3 or 4 days before. JL2 stayed at that location long enough for the cat to appear, since I took a number of photos trying to get his hand just right in projecting through the yellow sign to the other side with the 10×10 collage of pictures. But nothing else in the immediate area had changed.
Baker Bloch does some exercising on a mat that JL2 didn’t spot during his several visits to the garage. “No War Make Love” is an interesting sign to hang above it.
Another cat I *did* know about before advertises the involved parcel next to Route 14. And as I’m now recalling, about 3 1/2 years back, when I first really explored the sims around Jorondip that I now call BoB, I ran into a posse of cats somewhere near here, but not from Quito’s bunch, since he seemed to have only arrived in the sim the past year and a half according to parcel descriptions. I recorded the encounter in the Baker Blinker Blog at the time. Oh, very nice, I actually dropped a slurl into that post. So it’s right up the hill from the garage, and still on Quito’s land where he just built a nifty roller coaster. So maybe those were Quito’s cats back then as well — seems a little too coincidental that they’re on his land, once more, and since he appears to love cats so much.
In that post I also mentioned the tall white windmill still standing on that oh so notable 512 parcel just above Quito’s garage. And that’s where Baker headed next, to scout out another oddity there as well. And as Baker Bloch is checking behind himself tonight, he spies Quito himself standing next to the start of his roller coaster. Both men stare at each other — Baker could just *ask* Quito about all the cats I’ve mentioned, including the ones from the past. But he’s so darn shy and introverted. Gosh, where’d he get that trait?
Well, Baker Bloch decides to message Quito just up the hill, giving him a link to this post. Wonder what he will think of it??
Ahh… he smiles. 🙂 Observer and observed have interacted.
Baker Bloch’s cabin is now gone, but all else on this 512 parcel remains, including the safe formerly within the structure. Why delete just the cottage and not all this cluttery mess around it? Oh, I guess the owner did get rid of the ugly couch Baker had inside the cottage, as I’m checking.
Baker Bloch’s safe remains here (is safe) while just several days later Baker Blinker’s safe disappears inside Gloomy Gus. Are these two identical objects also quantumly entangled (along with the accompanying buildings)?? It’s a question to be asking.
More on Jorondip soon enough!
But for now, we again move just uphill into the Qinsa sim west of Jorondip to make some additional observations on the house John Lockfry 02 investigated in early August. Again, changes have been made: the two rooftop objects JL2 noted at the time have now been moved to the ground in front of the house.
More cats within. This parcel is not owned by Quito, but instead a Japanese user.
More queerness lies inside — I shall return here as well…
Meanwhile, Baker is still exercising down at the Doggerland garage while snapping area pictures using remote viewing.
The aforementioned roller coaster.