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Keep on truckin

wingsong bug truck (with teddybear passenger optional) 15L!

Ok, so ive been feverishly buying up a lot of vehicles from wingsong over the last few days. They are just so cute and so inexpensive ! This is the “Wingsong Bug Truck”, its wearable which is fab as it takes up no prims and you can use it anywhere – yes – even in no rez areas. In the back is a bale of hay and theres also a Teddybear passenger to keep you from feeling lonely awww. Plenty of other extras in the box, such as goggles, hitops and a tee shirt too. The lights work, the engine purrrs, wheels turn, read the info note to find out where to click to get more fantasticness ! SO much fun for only 15L. I really should get that cracked windshield fixed huh?

Wingsong marketplace store

Wingsong Store

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Barrells of fun

I was invited to go take a look at a neighbours home the other day…and I noticed these barrels she had out on her beach…I was intrigued so headed over to take a look at the store  they came from, The Weka Steam Company. They aren’t very high prim which is fab…and they are also free ! Two versions of the barrel huts are available…the one above is suitable to float on the water…

and this one is really designed for use on the land – but hey this is Second Life..so do whatever ! Fantastic details on these little homes..the door opens…windows inside…justttt enough room to maybe set up a stove in the winter…and some chairs or a couch..This one above is actually on my home land…love it ❤ Both varieties come in lots of different coloured woods..so youll be sure to find one that fits in with your current theme.

If you’re looking for something to whizz around on the water…why not grab one of these wee barrel boats ? Again, different toned woods are on offer…these really DO zooom around…so steady as you go !

Theres a sweet story behind these boats I found in the notecard that came with it – as follows: “Lashed together from whatever was a hand as the ship when down, Mr Weka was able to fashion a craft to carry him to safety. Old Uncle Weka’s Shirt for a sail (lucky he was a big chap!), a couple of bits of wood and a lantern from his cabin all nailed to a trusty barrel of booze. While not the most comfortable ride in the world at least when he found a desert island upon which to wait for rescue he has a tipple or two to help pass the time with “

Weka Steam Company