Got the impression Relay Rap happened inworld, only a location SLURL was not shared. Wonder if it's all-audio from here on?
Joining RFL ADvocacy may have been a natural fit, as I use social networking to promote RFL happenings and events. Many migrated friends are doing what they can in their own way as they feel comfortable with, and that's fine too. A few are new to RFL of SL, having only heard of it in past years. Give them a taste of being part of a greater whole and get comfortable in it. Even that feels good :)
April 2010. I'd just acquired an irregular patch of abandoned land I had my eye on for months when it finally went to auction. Following a consecration ceremony I placed The Starship Diner, adapted from The Golden Yak Diner I built for that previous Second Life Winterfest season.
During the housewarming party, DJ GoSpeed Racer called out to RacerX Gullwing, who was checking the route for a cross-country Giant Snail Race for Relay For Life. Like many in Second Life I'd only heard about RFL, and at the time wasn't aware of Treet TV (or Metaverse TV) programs. I knew RacerX from Lummerland Show & Tell and his reputation for amazing fireworks. He was in the area because the snails were going to pass my land on Saturday!
I reached out to him the following morning after building an observation platform. He sent me info, a Treet media screen, and took my LM for his master list of observation locales. I contacted MamaP who provided me with a kiosk.
Soon a crowd formed and the snails came winding down the road toward us. High up as we were, they were taller than the platform. It was quite a sight.
That's how I was first involved with Relay For Life. Snurky continues with the relays (see her March 23rd for this year's first one), and I sell annual editions of Snail Racing cartoon shirts under Racer's team. Last year I also helped with some art for Racer's Bay City Giant Snail relay hunt. You can always get Giant Snail Relay info at my diner. Look for the new styles of original Giant Snail Relay shirts sometime this month.
Last year I had a wall where I kept an accumulation of vendors. This year I'm not entirely sure of where to place these. There's a space beside the gallery where I can put a wall or little market I suppose. Not entirely sure yet. Wish there was something lowprim & Aley I could utilize that isn't too gritty and fits an inland theme... let me know if you have any suggestions :)