Rally report and New Locations
Hopefest 2021

SL18B and new locations

image from gyazo.comThe celebrations for Second Life’s 18th Birthday (SL18B) are scheduled to run from 17th June  to 1st July and the Gazette can now officially confirm that the BBB will be taking part! BBB CEO Boo says

I know many hours have gone into the creation of this exhibit, it will feature projects which have been long in the making and so far not shared beyond the BBB and the Moles.

Of course, you'll be able to apply for a Bellisseria Passport on our stand. The premiere of our movie will also take place there and it will offer the first glimpse of our our newest innovations; including new sub-offices that — thanks to the Lindens and Moles — will be appearing around Bellisseria. They will be styled to fit in with the local housing and will play an important role in our services as well as offering an ever-changing range of collectible postcards.  

Our staff on the stand at SL18B will be conducting passport controls in person; issuing unique passport stamps to visitors. We hope to see many Gazette readers there.

This week's new locations are the mysterious home of a witch (visit with caution), an airfield (also to be visited with caution, judging by the smoking wreckage of a badly-landed plane) and a club. All the details are here and will eventually find their way into the online travel guide. Enjoy!

Kiamo Ko BBB Stamp Locations 5 June 2021.001 Screenshot 2021-06-05 at 17.23.26
Oniakaloha Airfield BBB Stamp Locations.001 Screenshot 2021-06-01 at 09.15.30
The Club BBB Stamp Locations 24 May 2021.003 Screenshot 2021-06-01 at 09.17.05


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