“Best to not tell your Musician about all this right now. Until the memory fades about that face.”
“Yes. Best just to slide it back under there. For now. Did you get the planchette?”
“Got it,” responded Baker Bloch.
“Don’t lose it this time!”
Malvern, AL with variant name of Eagan near Light and Geneva-Houston co border, which is also part of GNIRPS (neighbor’s house, which just sold again this month). Circular city limits on topo map (Malvern as well).
Eagan, TN just examined is very near Campbell Co line with Jacksboro for seat. Conj. of Jack and Campbell here is another personal GNIRPs entry (former music director of my childhood church). You can see Eagan and Pruden in nw corner of below map of Campbell Co.
Third and last Eagan pp in Dakota Co MN, by far the largest of the 3 and in Minn./St. Paul metro area.
Nearby Eagan MN is Nichols. Nicholas David of The Voice fame born in Eagan, MN, and nicknamed St. Nick on the tv show.
No Jaffee in GNIRPS. Apparently this is most famous Jaffee:
No Meribel in GNIRPS. Meribel sim of Second Life named after this French ski resort:
Many Benningtons LINK, and I came up with it for C1617W just as a plain name to attach humor (like Farmington as well). But Bennington Edwards Co IL still may be pertinent. It has to do with neighbors growing up on *both* sides, including Edwards Co, Grayville in southern part, Samsville, Black, Browns (neighbors directly west of my neighbors), Golden Gate (another color like gray, brown, black), and Bone Gap and Blood also may be related (like blood and bones, and blood relative). Sam’s house sold this month just like Geneva’s. Black in both Edwards Co IL and Geneva Co AL with Malvern/Eagan.
Grayville was one of the early settlements, located at the mouth of Bonpas Creek and the (Big) Wabash River, and settled by the Gray family around 1810. Bonpas is a French word meaning “good bay” and early French keel boatmen tied their boats at the mouth of Bonpas Creek in the spring to escape high water or floating ice. Bonpas was once considered navigable, and boats went north as far as east of West Salem, Pinhook and Bennington.
Largest Bennington in VT.
Back to Sansara continent’s Snowlands…
Fellow explorer Simple Wunderlich, who I befriended several years back (see his pictures also in center of Collagesity’s Kidd Tower), has created a series on Snowlands here:
Explorer Jayaram Dahlia (who I don’t know) has also created a series on Sansara’s Snowlands, claiming to have explored it thoroughly in all directions…
… enough to make this map of personalized regions.
Purden and Eagan are locations on the *diagonal* boundary she’s set up between her Central and South Central regions.
Good closer there.
also has many wonderful pictures of Snowlands. Amazing blog! Here’s a selection of related posts:
http://mainland.blog.jp/archives/1061198391.html (Inferialist in Sunklands blog)
http://mainland.blog.jp/archives/1045988553.html (older Inferialist?)
Lone “Simak” result in SL search: Spindrift – SpinSpace astronomical art Gallery, SciLands.
… but which once contained an interesting glyph.
Latitudinally, Egan is one sim south of Eagan on the same continent (Sansara).
Egan part of GNIRPS system via triangle Ben-Grizzly-Egan.
Purden sim, caddycorner to Eagan in sw direction, is on same latitude as Egan, then.
3 Eagans pp in GNIRPS, 1st I checked near Pruden. No Purdens, and only 1 Pruden (anagram). Pruden on KY-TN line, like Static mentioned in both C1516W and C1617W, as I was just reading and noting earlier tonight. And Pruden is on the Eagan topo map.
“I’ve got to get myself back home,” he thought. “I’m in a state!”
“Karoz?” Baker Blinker offered. “You okay?”
“Tennessee or Kentucky,” he blurted, and then fell off the bar stool.
Pruden is likewise either in Tennessee or Kentucky, depending on which direction you’re coming from.
Like Muff-Bermingham, Pruden is sometimes called the hyphenated Pruden-Fonde.
… Old Mabel finds out more about Roostre in returning to the Blue Feather Table Room. A *lot* more. She didn’t uncover the crucial Q109-R110 link, which Robot Steve would tell her about later on in a dream. But she, for instance, learned the origin of the name Muff-Bermingham. She thought back to the opening in Corsica that allowed Snowmanster to escape a firey death at the hands of Jerome T. Newton. It was all starting to add up. To something.
EVEN MORE AFTERWARDS…
… “ARE YOU HAPPY?” Steve boomed down at her, still holding the poor clockwork ballerina in his metal claw. “I AM.”
Le Mars was platted in 1869, but no lots were sold until the Chicago and North Western Transportation Company arrived in 1879. According to town legend, CNW investor John I. Blair and a group of women arrived at the town, which was then called St. Paul Junction. Blair asked the women to name the town, and they submitted an acronym based upon their first names’ initials: Lucy Underhill, Elizabeth Parson, Mary Weare, Anna Blair, Rebecca Smith and Sarah Reynolds.
“Cool-i-o daddy. Glad you like it.”
I think it will be a great creation. More long term than Collagesity Proper.
Right-o. Carrcassonnee is here. Can you dig it?
Yes, I can Chester. (noting Carrcassonnee’s open eye): Hi Carrcassonnee.
Hello Baker. Glad Carrcassonnee can keep you company while I was away.
You mean Chester.
Yes. Do you wish to talk further about Chesterton? Tell me what you want to speak with tonight. Tomorrow.
Oh, you know. He went with the titles. Like LeBron. Didn’t trust Westbrook. Wanted more a team environment. He’s no different from Shaq, from others in a different age. He’ll be fine. But Oklahoma City will suffer.
That’s a shame.
Westbrook will obviously leave now. Westbrook was always leaving, probably for L.A.
Golden State seems unbeatable[ now].
They are. But it will be fun to root for the opposite team. Especially LeBron’s team. Good he slipped another championship in before this juggernaut formed.
Yes. (pause) So what of Chesterton?