It’s Not Often …

… that this sitty little blog has the honour of being reblogged by other blogs. Dunno if I’m/we’re too  crappy journos or below everyone’s dignity to be deemed worthy enough of a reblog. But now it has happened!!! And it was of course no blogstory by yours truly but by my most eager and loyal co-bloggerista and TryC race Directrice deLuxe Lucy … and from a totally unexpected direction too. Look:

John’s KULTIVATE Magazine usually cares about artso-fartso stuff, not bikini-clad sailing beach bums. 😉

Kultivate Magazine is a publication about the cultural aspects of Second Life. The goal of Kultivate Magazine is to support art, culture, photography, music, and fashion. Kultivate Magazine consists of the magazine, The Windlight Art Gallery, The Edge Gallery of Black & White Imagery,  & The Kultivate Select Gallery. Kultivate Magazine is proud to be the media partner and primary sponsor of Team Diabetes of Second Life, an official and authorized team for The American Diabetes Association

Okay, sailing is kinda culture in itself, and most members of the SL Sailing Community always had a pretty aloof lifestyle of luxury and splendour. So that maybe explains how  Thar She Blows! finally got lifted up into the upper echelons of the Second Life blogosphere.

Back when …

Although I’ve gotta admit, back in the day, when I owned and operated the OrCafé I curated a handful art exhibitions whenever my full sailing schedule gave me enough time. But one cannot say that Orca was a real connoiseur of the arts.

Kynne Llewellyn dances in front of the OrCafé

Anyhoo, whatever the reason, thank you very much Johannes1977 Resident, and first and foremost LucyIn The Sky Afarensis for this very cool surprise.

RD Lucy directs, observes and judges Saturday’s Shields races

Find KULTIVATE Magazine in the –> sidebar –> where it is part of my daily morning patrol.


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