@Home in 2L

At last I own my own plot of land and…a house! The first house I bought was a big Spanish-style house with three storeys.Unfortunately it gave too much trouble for me to rez it properly, so I returned it.The supplier, Techzen Omega, was kind enough to refund the money. Although it is only virtual money, it still hurts when you see your L$500 disappear without any profit. So I looked further and found an even better house with the name “Triton”. After a few trials and errors the house stands on my property:

And here you see me standing inside:

(I hate the tiles on the floor, but that can be changed later) Of course it is still empty. What shall I do with my house? First of all it is a nice place to log in; I always hated to start somewhere in a place that wasn’t mine. It’s just a feeling, I know. But it also gives me an environment to test out some things, e.g. is it possible to make music in 2L? So, the first piece of furniture I put into the house is a keyboard:

It doesn’t make any music yet, but who knows.

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