Thursday, December 17, 2015

Great Second Life Holiday Destinations: The North Pole Sleigh Ride Adventure Returns For 2015

The North Pole Sleigh Ride Adventure is a Second Life classic, and one that I look forward to returning every holiday season.  It is one of the nicest things you can do in Second Life - rez a sleigh at the arrival area and cuddle up under a warm blanket . Watch as your sleigh flies over polar bears, giant candy canes and christmas treats -- all in a gorgeously landscaped  winter park setting.  You end up in a very pretty Christmas Village, where you can sit in Santa's Lap and ask for your gifts. I highly recommend this destination for anyone who loves the romance of a sleigh ride in the snow.

SLURL to beginning of the ride:

All photography in the posting uses Windlight sky setting !!JUICYBOMB.COM - Gogo Hearts SL, which gives a nice warm grey tone to both interior and exterior shots. You can download all 5 Juicybomb windlight sky settings here:

See more 2015 blog coverage and photography of the North Pole Sleigh Ride Adventure at the World of Yana:

Links information on more places to visit:

To find more places to visit for the Christmas and New Year's holidays, go to the Second Life Destination Guide for Winter Attractions:

To see my coverage of great destinations to visit in Second Life (scroll down):

Check out Scoop It Second Life Destinations for current coverage of more great destinations to visit:

See more of my December 2015 Winter Snows Destination Coverage:

Regency Buckingham Palace -- A Christmas Extravaganza (December 10):

A Furillen Winter Set on the Swedish Island of Gotland (December 12):

Early Morning Snow Flurries at Sweet Surrender (December 14):

Coeur de Bourgogne - Wine Country in Winter (December 16):

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