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  • 45:22 Giant snail race 571 19 July 27th Caveman

    Giant snail race 571 19 July 27th Caveman

    by Gregory F Cook Added

    Every week at the Gulwingcoast in second life players from all over the world show up and dress up at giant snails and race around our own special track. This week is caveman and we had a lot of ugh-ly people and we all hoping the invent the greatest thin

  • 15:45 Anything Goes Race 2019  07  26  Caveman

    Anything Goes Race 2019 07 26 Caveman

    by Gregory F Cook Added

    Every Friday at the Gulwingcoast we participate in the any thing goes races in second life. Our players dress up as caveman and race around the track. Enjoytodays racers wereFionaFei,Akay utu,linnDaerwatch,Bloodsong Termagant,Malada inkpen,Some of our mus

  • 1:45:48 Designing Worlds DW405 - Farewell to the LEA

    Designing Worlds DW405 - Farewell to the LEA

    by LaPiscean Added 1 Likes

    For years, the Linden Endowment for the Arts (LEA) has provided regions free of charge for virtual art installations, managed by a committee of Second Life residents. Now the Committee is stepping down and the regions are closing – the last close at

  • 43:38 Giant snail race 570 19 July 20th Christmas in July

    Giant snail race 570 19 July 20th Christmas in July

    by Gregory F Cook Added

    We celebrated the giant snail racing with Christmas in July. Our Crazy santa\'s helpers ran around the course while dodging eggnogs and Candy Canes! So much fun, So much chaos that is Christmas. Here is the video and I hope to see you next time.The weekly

  • 37:38 Anything Goes Race 2019  07  19  Christmas in July

    Anything Goes Race 2019 07 19 Christmas in July

    by Gregory F Cook Added

    In case you miss it, There was much Christmas joy spread today @ the Gullwingcoast\'s Any thing goes racing. That is right, we celebrate Christmas twice a year. We all had eggnog and sung about red nose reindeer named bob.. or was it George? I don\'t know

  • 50:37 Giant snail race 569 19 July 13th Favorite Meats

    Giant snail race 569 19 July 13th Favorite Meats

    by Gregory F Cook Added

    Today in second life we celebrate every one favorite meats. Our land is decorated by the ever wonderful tindallia soothsayer with a large selection of tasty meats. Every week our racers decorate their snails in theme and race around the track with audienc

  • 18:22 Anything Goes Race 2019  07  12  Favorite Meats

    Anything Goes Race 2019 07 12 Favorite Meats

    by Gregory F Cook Added

    This week in second life at the gulwing coast we celebrate favorite meats. So many delicious meats for your viewing please. Our racers charge around the track and taking in the sights and smells in. bon appetite todays racers wereLinn DarkWatch ,FionaFei,

  • 46:34 Designing Worlds DW404 - SL16B Part2

    Designing Worlds DW404 - SL16B Part2

    by LaPiscean Added

    In this second visit to 2019's Second Life 16th Birthday Community Celebration, we visit some of the major Mole-built installations, such as the Welcome Area, the Main Stage and the Tapestry of Time. In addition we check out the latest in Linden Homes. We

  • 52:46 Designing Worlds DW403 - SL16B Part1

    Designing Worlds DW403 - SL16B Part1

    by LaPiscean Added 1 Likes

    In this episode, we make the first of two visits to the Second Life 16th Community Birthday Celebration, or SL16B for short. While Saffia is away in the auditorium presenting interviews with various leading Lindens, our Director Aisling Sinclair joins Elr

  • 42:35 Giant snail race 568 19 July 06th 50's Sock Hop

    Giant snail race 568 19 July 06th 50's Sock Hop

    by Gregory F Cook Added

    At the Gulwingcoast in second life we held our weekly snail races with players dressing to 50s sock hop. We all enjoyed the 50s and I hope you do to with this videoThe weekly races are held in Second life at the sim named \"Gullwing Coast Racers\" Saturda

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