New Caledon Wiki; Remodeled AoA Square

I was once a fairly active contributor to the SL History wiki.  But I have been dissatisfied with the move to second- or third-class citizenship at a new Wikia location, and my edits there have dropped to almost nil.

So along comes His Serenity, Otenth Haakon Paderborn, Duke Murdann, etc., as the white knight to the rescue for the Caledon pages.  He has arranged a new web home for the Caledon Wiki, and several industrious residents have set to work building on the foundation laid at the SL History wiki.  The Independent State of Caledon page is at Caledon Wiki.  Check it out!  We're probably at 100 pages now although with the newness of the wiki many are mere stubs.  And if you have something to contribute, be bold!

Adam ondi Ahman estate owner Skyler Goode has the builder's bug.  He is always building or rebuilding something, either for a client or just for fun.

His latest project is rearranging the historic central square at the heart of Adam ondi Ahman. From the first days of the first AoA sim in March 2007, educational and thematic builds about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have been located in an area near the center of the original sim.  These builds include a replica chapel, a Peace Garden, a replica of the historic Mormon Tabernacle, and a place called Temple Hill.  The original visitor center moved across the street in June, and a hedge-maze exhibit on Book of Mormon teachings was added early on.

In addition to seasonal decorations, Christmas trees, and snow, Sky has moved and rotated the chapel and turned the Tabernacle 90 degrees.  This opens up space in the center and improves the access to Temple Hill.  The square continues to be a destination point, and its components are now better laid-out than ever.

I can't believe it's been two weeks since I wrote here.  Must be the holidays.


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