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Thursday, May 24, 2007

Moving in Babbage Canals


After long long break, I'm finally back. Again, it's impossible to keep tracks of all things which has happened during the last weeks...Caledon is in war with Neualtenburg; this has been covered by many journal entries and I hope I'll bring some links to them in very near future. Other than that, the biggest airship the world has ever seen, Caledon Steam city has been built and with no doubts it's a most wonderful part of whole Caledon yet. In Babbage, a new Canal District has been opened, And although I'd love to purchase the parcel in the Steam City, it's still a little too expensive for me.
So in the end I've rented one of the small row houses in Babbage Canals...


I'm still moving in. The whole area is still been build, I'm just a little aware of the railroad, which, according to plans, should lead just next to my house. The house is really small, but everything has to start somewhere, and this place seems fine. In the ground floor I'd like to have a gallery of my photograph, and under the attic... well, this place has a scent of some mystery there. In the meantime, I'll store there some stuff I've found on my journeys.


Last but not least, I've finally found good traveller shoes which fits me. This quest took me more time that you'd ever imagine... you won't believe how difficult it is when you're not size zero. By the way, this airship is Mr. Reymont vessel, docked on the rooftop of Caledon Adventures Club.

4 comments:

Spencer Upshaw said...

Hello neighbour - just moved into the little house opposite. Pop over and see my rather modest Fair Organ, which is a work still in progress. Good gracious I've just realised how that sounds - please rest assured it's wholesome entertainment.

Aleister Kronos said...

Nice to see you blogging again. I love your photographs - and so it's great to see a new batch.

Natacha Chernov said...

Thank you, Mr. Kronos:)
Hello Mr. Upshaw, I've examined your Organ yesterday (and I hope we are talking about the same instrument here), but with my sound disabled I must admit the enjoyment wasn't as great as it could be...

Brandy Rasmuson said...

Miss Chernov, I know it's been a few months since you mentioned the travel boots you purchased, but if you remember where you bought them, I'd certainly appreciate that information. I'm a larger woman myself, and boots have been most difficult to find as you mentioned in this post.