A Day in the Life of Sheree

Every now and then, people ask me what Sheree the blogger does in her Second Life when she’s not off exploring across the grid for my next article so I thought, “Why not blog a day in my Second Life”.

So here it goes. A day in the life of Sheree. One of them anyway. It changes from day to day.

After crawling out of my warm comfy bed, I started the day off with a delicious bagel and coffee for breakfast as I read the morning paper where I wore my ‘people are freaking weird’ face on as caffeine spread through my body. If you want to know the best part of the newspaper, it’s the comics page.

I do love where I live. My home is located in the East River Community located on the Sansara continent which is in my view, the best continent. I couldn’t ask for a better location than where my home is with a river view in all directions. How many of us can say they have a view of the river as they shower?

I do need to be looking my best for the day but a shower is only one part and no, I’m not going to show you painting my face.

Before I head out into the world, I believe that it is important that we remain connected to nature as much as we are able to, and to respect her.

As I said before, I love my home. There’s aren’t many places better than this. The fresh river air, the sounds of morning birds and just relaxing as you soak up all of this beautiful world around us.

And there’s Fred the snake curled around the tree on my left come to say hello me.

There are several forms of transport I access from my home at East River. I can ride a train, drive the road system, access one of two airports or travel by boat. Today I chose to fly to Bay City to check in on one of my social points, Cafe Sheree so why not just fly from home to the Bay City Airport?

Wow, what a smooth flight that was from East River to Bay City. I flew near the the coldest regions in Second Life which is always covered in snow. So glad my plane was warm.

After a smooth landing it’s time to drive to Cafe Sheree to pat the kitties and make sure everything is there for guests to access like pizza and drinks in the fridge, fresh stocks of coffee bean, ice cream and other yummy treats.

Bay City local, Frankie Lindman who dropped in for a chat over coffee. I have not seen many people in Bay City or elsewhere as I laid low during the December and January period so I was happy when Frankie stopped by.

Frankie owns the Silver King Grill at Bay City which use to be a short walk from my cafe however his business moved during the holiday so Frankie drove me to Bay City – Dennis so I could have a look at the new location.

With bopping music beating out through speakers, I quickly changed before dancing with Frankie. He’s a pretty good dancer. He must be to get my five left feet to coordinate as one of each foot. We had a lot of fun dancing to song of the era.

Then it was time for a change of pace.

The waves were calling me as I needed that sea breeze and warm sun so I traveled to Bare Sun Little Paradise for a cocktail and to relax as I read one of my favourite kitchen book, 50 Ways to Cook Men with Red Wine and other appetisers. I had a lovely chat with another sunbather nearby.

Bare Sun Little Paradise is a nudist beach for women only.

Then I remembered that I was supposed to buy something to cook for dinner but all the stores were closed and I didn’t want to order fatty foods. That was when I decided to travel to another beach to catch dinner.

Abby is the main fisher but I thought I would hunt down some yummy fish to eat so I took stroll along the beach till I found my fishing spot at Island of the Insatiables.

I get home to find Abby already relaxing so after a cuddle and a glass of wine, we cooked dinner. That fish tasted so good. I think it was bream.

After a day of flying, driving, dancing, sunbathing and fishing, it was good to go home and relax with Abby over dinner and a movie. What a movie. I think Abby ate all the popcorn too.

And after a busy day for both of us busy in our lives, it was time for bed to prepare for another busy Second Life day.

There is so much for us to do and what a day I had. It’s good to snuggle up with Abby and drift off to sleep.

And with that…


Sheree Honeyflower

Cafe Sheree – Landmark



Street Walks #1 Route 8

Hello everyone and welcome to my first article for 2019.

In my final posting for 2018, I expressed that I wish to take a change of direction for Virtually Sheree while retaining its primary focus on destinations and events in Second Life. There are two ideas I have and this series called, ‘Street Walks’.

Street Walks is will be focusing on exploring Second Life by foot. No vehicles and no magical teleporting unless totally necessary to explore something of interest I come across along the way.

Grease Monkey Garage Truck Stop & Biker Bar

My first street walk starts at Grease Monkey Garage Truck Stop & Biker Bar just up the road from the GTFO! Headquarters located on Satori continent.

Their land details;

gridnet Logistics Truck Stop.
~GTFO! Infinity Log Haulage
~GTFO! Infinity Fuel Haulage
~Overnight parking for GTFO! Trucks
Part of the gridnet Consortium Secondlife Grease Monkey Garage & Service Station Swee’s Biker Bar

Grease Monkey Garage Landmark

Boncarus Tower. Timegate teleport to a SciFi roleplay destination

I took the timegate to a private region where there was a SciFi roleplay. I’m not sure what it’s about but I did take a vehicle and drove it around the space station a little. Take a look if you’re interested in SciFi roleplay.

Boncarus Tower Landmark


Next to Boncarus Tower is this building I measure approx 140m which appears to be a private residence however I included this building because it stood out to from down the road as I walked along Route 8. There is also a basic yet beautiful garden behind the gate at street level.

Blue Star Truck Stop and Travel Centre

Blue Star Truck Stop and Travel Centre is another service station catering for GTFO. There is also a travel centre to lay your weary head down for a good night’s snooze so you don’t become another road statistic.

Blue Star Truck Stop & Travel Centre Landmark

Sansara Private Fire Department Station No.2

As I strolled along Route 8, I found Station No.2 Sansara Private Fire Department. As this is the Satori continent, I’m not sure why this is the name however no staff were onsite. Maybe they were out rescuing people as they do.

Fire Department Station No.2 Landmark

GNET Logistics and Fox Fuel – Fox Diner

Whew, what a street this has been. Up hill and down hill, my feet tiring and my body needing some refreshments, I came across Fox Diner which is also fitted for GTFO and a service station to feed your vehicle. Here is a spacious layout to move your trucks around.

Now it’s time to put my feet up and rest as I complete my first street walk series for 2019.

GNET Logistics and Fox Fuel & Fox Diner Landmark 

Sheree Honeyflower

Cafe Sheree – Landmark


Farewell 2018 Hello 2019

Hey all you crazy Second Lifers. Another year is over as a new year approaches. It’s been a busy year for many of us in Second Life and in our first lives so let’s wash away the year’s stuff both good and bad with the drink of your preference.

Virtually Sheree has not been anywhere busy as I have been. I needed a little break as I wonder which direction to take this blog while remaining focused on destinations and events. With a lot of lazy thoughts, I do have an idea which is to travel which will be documented but where to start?

2018 saw me discover a wonderful community of people in Second Life called Drivers of SL. I gave them a go on recommendation from a friend who was positive this is an activity I would enjoy and boy, they were right. The community spirit among members is outstanding.

I have had a lot of fun participating in weekly activities with driving, flying, boating and camping. Lots of prizes and giveaway. Heaps of camp fun with people shooting each other. Beware the thrower of buses.

A big shout out all who keep Drivers of SL running so well. From sexy creators and group starters through to builders/sponsors who help and not to forget all of you loony drivers out there(Looks innocent).

Of the destinations I explored, Bedstraw Project is up there among my favourites. There are so many places I explored this year but did not cover which are worth being covered. Bedstraw Project is up there among the best with so much immaculate detail.

There are a few clubs I hang. I have covered Venus Beach II and Hidden Desires. I also recommend Shazzam and Harlow’s. All for women only. All have good people who manage and frequent theses clubs. And they offer more than just dancing.

I was finally able to attend my first Lovecraft Festival this year. Not only did I attend, I was accepted as an official blogger to spruik their annual event. Once again, as always, I had a lot of fun looking around and wondering what will happen if I click on this.

Many of us experienced loss in Second Life in 2018. I saw many talk about people they were close with who passed. It felt like so many people left Second Life this year through death or they left to concentrate on their first lives.

This year I said goodbye to a very special friend of mine who I swore absolute loyalty to through submission as her collared submissive pet. I wore Miss Aurora’s collar for most of my Second Life and I’ve now been with Second Life for five years since mid December. Miss Aurora has important things in her life which, of course, take priority. I wish her well with her new life which is very positive. I am very happy her. Doesn’t stop me from missing her as I do love her very much. I highly respect her as a friend first and loyal loving submissive house pet second yet so close to each other that there’s barely a whisker between the two points. I am also serving Miss Onyx who I met through Miss Aurora. Two very special women who have enriched my life.

Abby and I attended some of 2018’s Annual Second Pride Event. I was only able to attend on the first and final day as my computer was in for warranty repair again. What I attended was gay as fuck as well. Gay as fuck is always good.

Did you hear that, Abby? *spanks her butt*

For the second consecutive, I decorated Cafe Sheree or Halloween. I decided to pull everything down and redo my parcel for Halloween which was listed on Linden Lab’s destination list for Halloween which was freaking awesome. Big hugs to everyone who visited and dined with the dead and undead.

Feeding off Olivia

Talking about the undead, both Abby and I were turned from our mortal human form. Abby became a hybrid of vampire and angel while I am a simple bloodthirsty vampire.

I have two tasty human morsels who feed me. Olivia lovingly feeds both Abby and I as you can see in the photo. We don’t go out hunting for new prey but we’re always willing to hear from people who wish to surrender their self to either Abby or I. We are part of mostly women clan called Angels of Cyrus.

So what’s in store for Virtually Sheree in 2019?

That’s something I have not fully decided as of yet however I am seriously looking at documenting my travels which will be shared with you.

I’m looking forward to 2019 and covering destinations from G rating through to kinky fun. I’m thinking of including some seedy destinations for you seedy kinks out there.

And if you know of a destination you think I should consider covering, drop me a line. Look me up. Or contact me through Cafe Sheree at Bay City.

Thank you to all of you have supported me through my highs and lows this year. Now let your hair down and go nuts as we see in 2019. It’s going to be a hot one.

Sheree Honeyflower

Cafe Sheree – Landmark


Sheree’s Chrissy Advent List 2018

Yay! Once again it’s December and we all know what that mean.

That’s right! Hot weather, cold meats and salad, bbq foods, baking our bodies on the beach, ice creams, kinis and more fun summer stuff.

Oh, and freebies!


I’ve been doing some running around for free advent calendar thingies for you as we lead up to Chrissy. Beware that the list might grow some come back looking for the occasional update with extra landmarks to snatch a free Chrissy gift.

Some of my favourites from 2017 are also deep into the festive season such as Eclectic Stars who sell cute stuff for geeks. I’m not a geek but I have bought a few items from Eclectic Stars since trying out their gifts from last year’s Chrissy advent calendar. And don’t forget to click their MM board.

Somethings for you to keep in mind with some advent calendars working different to usual.

  • Noel Advent Calendar Express at Foxcity is a region wide celebration where there is one gift for every two days, where each business offers a gift for 2 days on their days. Each store has a notecard explaining how it works and which store on which two dates.
  • Skye Qi’s Vintage Apparel: This item will be a piece of an outfit that will eventually be a part of an entire outfit. The big difference is that if you miss a day, you do not need to miss a piece of the outfit. Let’s say you come for three days and then miss day 4 and 5. You come back on day 6 and get the sixth gift for free but now days 4 and 5 are marked for sale for 4L and 5L respectively. (The number of Lindens of the number of the date you missed)
  • Abranimations is the only location in my advent calendar list requiring group membership. Well worth it.

Here your 17 Landmarks to grab yourself something for Chrissy. Remember that some stores give you more than an advent gift but another daily gift.

I’m not endorsing any stores. I’m not sponsored or paid by any stores. Anything I post is without sponsorship or other rewards given to me unless stated otherwise.

2017 Christmas Calendar Advent List

Caledon Oxbridge Gateway
ChiC Buildings
Drama Libre
Eclectic Stars
Forest Mall
Foxcity – Noel Express
Sapphire TV
Skye Qi
Spiders Design
The Creative Spark/Timeless Textures

Sheree Honeyflower

Cafe Sheree – Landmark


Bedstraw Project

There are so many amazing destinations in Second Life. Some of them stand out above the rest due to the exceptional people behind these destinations who pour their creative heart into what they do. Bedstraw Project is one such location where you wouldn’t believe how indepth this build is until you see it with your own eyes.

Claire_004Owner/Builder of Bedstraw Project, Claire(atomic.infinity)

Located at Bedstraw region(Mainland: HeteroCera Atoll) is the best rail set up I have come across in Second Life, among everything here that caters to players of GTFO, people who drive trains just to travel, boaters and explorers who like me, enjoy exploring locations we don’t know.

Bedstraw was once a sand box which was auctioned off by Linden Lab after a griefing issue. Claire purchased Bedstraw which expanded out from Amella where a railway GTFO was initially set up. With the purchase of Bedstraw, Claire was able to expand down to the sea and gave us a breathtaking destination for all of us to enjoy.

Talented at building, Claire builds trains, ships, most of what you see at Bedstraw Project and the rail system mentioned below.

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Driving into Bedstraw from the main Linden road, you’re met with an integrated road/rail set up, an overhead bridge for train, GTFO across from Bedstraw with GTFO and a short road entry into Bedstraw. Thankfully there is a map on the road entry to help guide you around.

The roads are clear of unwanted obstacles and level which navigates you to the warehouse, Bedstraw Docks and Bedstraw Central where I parked my van. Drivers can also access Bedstraw via Route 5.

I parked my car at Bedstraw Central where  there is a diner, shop space for business to rent and a beautiful garden waiting to greet arrivals. I’m already feeling comfortably pleased.

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Also located at the garden is a sign with a diagram of mainland rail networks and a teleport to quickly scout around Bedstraw. I highly recommend exploring on foot to gain an appreciation of Claire’s dedication to the region. Do take the teleport to the drag racing high in the sky.

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Get The Freight Out or GTFO is a game that has been embraced across the grid. Bedstraw Project as well as Amella are both active GTFO points. Bedstraw Project’s GTFO is for shipping, trucks and trains.

If you would like to give GTFO a try, there is a vendor at Bedstraw Docks. Try the free hud before buying the full hud. You can also purchase Claire’s products. Infinity Freight and other products. There is a demo sign to rez a freight ship for five minutes at the dock.

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Bedstraw Project’s rail system has a system unique to Second Life where you don’t steer your train by using your keyboard but the railway’s points system just like real life. When you approach dividing tracks, the green light indicates the direction the train will travel. Click the red light to change track direction if you need to travel in the other direction.

There are several platforms to use. You can also rent space to park your train if you wish. There is a five minute freight train demo available at Bedstraw Central on the same island as the tram. Click the demo sign for a train to rez.

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After you have gone on walkabout to see and experience what Bedstraw Project has to offer, pull out your swimmers and take the water rapids down to the waterfall. The staircase is located near the road entrance. Head down the stairs to pier and click on sign then choose how many people will be riding with you. Up to four people can ride together. One tube per person will rez. Go into mouse view and brace yourself for the ride of your life to the waterfall.

The tube won’t vanish the moment you stand, giving you ample time to stand and walk onto the pier where you can rest on any of the seats, rez a little boat and head out to sea or walk up the stairs to make you way back up. Or take the teleport.

45165636741_c9c220b60a_zClaire and myself standing in the garden courtyard at Project Central

Bedstraw Project is one destination you don’t want to miss no matter who are you. Drivers of Second Life also pass through here occasionally as well.

Visit Bedstraw Project. You won’t be disappointed.


Bedstraw Central
Bedstraw Docks
Drag Racing
Tube Ride
Bus Stop

Sheree Honeyflower

Cafe Sheree – Landmark
Virtually Sheree Aviation Office – Landmark






LoveCraft: Abandoned Asylum Garden

There’s a place of great mythology where storytellers talk of. An underwater garden which once housed those who took the path to madness. Some say it long sunk to rising seas. Others say it rises only to catch new victims to consume their dark forbidden souls.

Some say that this path to madness is run by Gorgons who lure lonely souls as new captives with a rose garden where they are met by someone appears too beautifully and sensual to refuse.

LE Asylum Garden Fountain_007


She appears in white like a bride, unless given away by her many lengths of tentacles trailing below her gown. If only the distraction of her seducing didn’t distract from her real form.

She is called when her next victim sits on the lover’s fountain.

She only appears in her form when she enters through the gate only to transform once she stands before her next taking. Her radiant face and her naked form as her eyes capture her next victim’s soul. A soul captured once they take their place on lover’s fountain, visible only to the Gorgon said to remove them existence as she takes them into her realm.

Never to be seen again.

LE ~ Abandoned Asylum Garden AD

Lovecraft Festival is currently open 17th to 26th August. Come and take the path to madness to enjoy entertainment and visit vendors while you’re here.

Vendor show is Love Everlasting Home and Garden Store – Mainstore & Marketplace
Lovecraft Festival – Landmark


Sheree Honeyflower

Cafe Sheree – Landmark
Virtually Sheree Aviation Office – Landmark


Lovecraft & The Deep

They told me that I should never go to the deep because it was dangerous. Dangerous because something lived down there in the dark murky water of the deep where those who were lucky to return, weren’t.

But she called me. I could hear her voice calling to me in my sleep. Beckoning me to come to her as I heard her eerie yet sensual voice.


So down I went. Deep into her chasm. And there I found her.

I found her emptiness that called me. Her nothing. Her everything.

I explored her chambers where upon of which I was drawn to and I sat. I sat on her furnishings as she claimed me.

I was hers just as she was mine and at that point I knew that I would never leave this room again as I sat as the Captain of my boat, writing my captain’s memoirs as I decayed to nothing.

She had claimed me on my path to madness.

BtD A Captains memoirsBtD A captain’s memoirs Legend LE full set

Vendor Noctis curio cabinet set_001noctis Curio Cabinet

LoveFest 2018 Adventure Poster

The 2018 Lovecraft Festival – The Path to Madness is now open, 17th to 26th of August.

Featured vendor items are Curio Cabinet by noctis and A Captain’s Memoirs by BtD.

Landmarks & Links

Lovecraft Website Link
Lovecraft Festival – teleport here

noctis Mainshop
Btd Mainstore

Sheree Honeyflower

Cafe Sheree – Landmark
Virtually Sheree Aviation Office – Landmark



Women’s Event: Woodstock

This events article is for you, ladies.

Right now at this very moment, I am at the opening of Woodstock held at Harlow’s Dance & Party Club for women only. Twenty hours of music from many women DJ’s in Second Life.

DJ Andi opened Woodstock with Janis Joplin, Piece of my Heart, Live at Woodstock beautiful as sensual hippie women letting down their hair.

The atmosphere is amazing  so come on ladies, come join us for the 20 hour event. Love Woodstock. ♥

30261176658_2bb2c90210_zDJ Andi of SHAZZAM at Harlow’s Woodstock Event

Come over ladies. Live and let love at Woodstock. A 20 hour event!



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Harlow’s Woodstock Event – Landmark

Sheree Honeyflower

Cafe Sheree – Landmark
Virtually Sheree Aviation Office – Landmark


Event: LoveCraft Festival

In the realms of a murky darkness is where the mysterious awaits. Is it dark and murky or is it madness. Or are you the mad person here?

Is that a tentacle curling up around your thigh or have you lost the plot?

28835977287_5a4f265732_zClothing top is Lovecraftess by DSO – Link Below

Officially opening at 8pmSLT on 17 August until 26th August, The 2018 Lovecraft Adventure invites you to walk the path to madness where you will find vendors for clothing, furniture and other creepy items to further your descent into insanity where we’re waiting for you.

And there’s entertainment to get those creepy sensations running through spin to your legs to boogie till you feel your legs wiggle like an eight tentacle sensation.


Friday August 17
8-11PM SLT – Opening Gala with DJ Fitch Lekvoda

Saturday August 18
3-5PM SLT – JoAnn Hax
5-6PM SLT – Lovecraft Readings with Misk Firethorn
8-11PM SLT – Music in the Key of Dark with DJ Fitch Lekvoda

Sunday August 19
2-4PM SLT – Seanchai Library Presents
8-10PM SLT – DJ io Mooncheeks

Monday August 20
2-4PM SLT – Lovecraft Readings with Arik Metzger
6-7PM SLT – RP Workshop with Beryl Strifeclaw
7-8PM SLT – RP Workshop with Beryl Strifeclaw
8-9PM SLT – Gallery of Curiosities Podcast:

Tuesday August 21
5-6PM SLT – Lovecraft Readings with Misk Firethorn
6-7PM SLT – DAVID CSISZER / Host Nyna Slate-Sands
8-10PM SLT – Whimsycallie Pegler / Thandi Rhiadra

Wednesday August 22
2-4PM SLT – Belleen Morte
6-8PM SLT – Wain Arun
8-10PM SLT – Vintage Horror Movies with Doctor Avalon

Thursday August 23
2-4PM SLT – JoAnn Hax
5-6PM SLT – Lovecraft Readings with Misk Firethorn
6-8PM SLT – Gabrielle Riel
8-10PM SLT – Erehwon Texeira

Friday August 24
2-3PM SLT – ~DRUM~ Divine Rhythms of Universal Music
7-8PM SLT – Guided Roleplay Session with Beryl Strifeclaw
8-10PM SLT – Vintage Horror Movies with Doctor Avalon

Saturday August 25
2-4PM SLT – Seanchai Library Presents
5-6PM SLT – Lovecraft Readings with Misk Firethorn
6-7PM SLT – DJ Cherry
8-11PM SLT – Closing Gala – The Lovecraft Masquerade! with DJ Fitch Lekvoda and Host Belleen Morte

Sunday August 26
No Programming


~DRUM~ Divine Rhythms of Universal Music


Vintage Horror Movies with Doctor Avalon
Lovecraft Readings with the Seanchai Library
Lovecraft Readings with Misk Firethorn
Lovecraft Readings with Arik Metzger
RP Workshops with Beryl Strifeclaw
Lovecraft Podcast with the Gallery of Curiosities

Fitch Lekvoda
JoAnn Hax
Wain Arun
Whimsycallie Pegler / Thandi Rhiadra
Erehwon Texeira
Gabrielle Riel
Belleen Morte
io Mooncheeks

Vendor of Lovecraftess worn in photo above by DSO – LINK

Catch your LoveCraft Festival information at LINK

Entry TP from 7pmSLT to 7:30pmSLT 17th August. Click HERE for TP

Sheree Honeyflower

Cafe Sheree – Landmark
Virtually Sheree Aviation Office – Landmark


Drivers of Second Life

I have said before many times that there is so much to do and see in Second Life. The grid is large and the organic nature of evolution of landscapes makes Second Life an ever changing world one just can’t explore enough to keep up and see everything.

And then there are social groups and clubs from sailing to aviation and dancing. Also groups for families, fundraising events and more adult activities. There is so much to do. So many interesting people and activities.

Today I would like to share with you a social group in Second Life which has to be one of the friendliest and active groups I have experienced.


Drivers of Second Life is an active group with several team members who work together to provide a new weekly drive across parts of Second Life. Created by Christi Charron and Patty Croquet, a new scripted hud is provided free weekly which directs you to your destinations.

Drive activities involve driving road vehicles, watercraft and aircraft. While you are expected to have your own vehicles, you don’t have to spend much at all and even better, sometimes there are free vehicles given along the way for people who don’t have a vehicle and also a prize at the end of a drive. As example, I have collected cars, one or two trains, amphibious cars and a plane. Not to forget all terrain vehicles.

Some drives are just a single activity for the week. A recent drive was a story and adventure taking several weeks of driving with each drive a new hud. When I joined Drivers of Second Life a few months ago, they were in the midst of a secret mission. I don’t know much I missed out on but it was a lot of fun and I have met many people.

The most recent activity involved flying where we needed to land a plane of our choice to show we could progress to the next level. The first was a simple landing at Hollywood air mall. The second was flying a small plane to land on a short dirt strip. The third and final landing an emergency landing on a short length of narrow road which was heaps of fun.

One of the funnest activities group activities I have participated was a long weekend camp involving a drive to the camp site and setting up tent. Some of us went along in the first group, some in the second planned wave. Others like myself traveled over in my own time as I was sound asleep when they started. You know, silly timezones and all.

It was fascinating to see the different caravans, camper vans, winnebago’s and tents were set out across the campsite. We received a cosy caravan on reaching our camping destination which I loved. It also came in handy as I didn’t own one at all.

Camping activities included games, dancing to tunes played by a rocking DJ, an all terrain driving challenge with a vehicle provided that we could keep, a bull riding challenge and of course, you’re own fun. This has to be one of the best weekends I have spent in Second Life. I could have jumped into pixel land and lived it.


With approximately 150 to 250 people participating weekly, Drivers of Second Life is the most active group I have come across. Members are friendly and helpful.

While Christi Charron and Patti Croquet are the main two organisers, it takes a whole team of people to make this so successful including owners/builders in Second Life(ie: Aleksandr String and Robi Rossini)  who participate and John Sheppard who has been awesome in helping with directing traffic. Some Second Life businesses sponsor as part of advertising which helps as a two way street such as Second Life Aviation’s ‘Music to Fly By(MtFB)’ radio with Luke Flywalker providing an online stream for us to listen to while participating.

41763054121_e45c1cc54f_zLuke Flywalker from MtFB and myself

When Christi and Patty, both from Second Life Cheerleader Squad(SLCS) created and sent out the message that they were starting a driving group with a scripted hud, they were not expecting the quick and sudden turn out of people wanting to participate. A group which has only continued to expand and move forward.

If you’re looking for an active group full of the funnest people you’ll meet in Second Life, come join us. I’ll post a weblink below. And don’t worry if you missed a drive in the week of release. Join the group, collect your hud from group notices and take the drive on your own or get friends involved to join you. We’ve even rocketed into space to explore a space station. Each drive hud is left for people to use with a group notice sent so people know when each drive is being removed.

Exploring and adventuring with Drivers of Second Life is a wonderful way to find new places to explore or you might find a shop you want to come back to visit.

Come join us.

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Drivers of Second Life profile – Weblink 

My Flickr Driver of SL Album – LINK

Sheree Honeyflower

Cafe Sheree – Landmark
Virtually Sheree Aviation Office – Landmark