”hmmmmm listen to the sounds of nature….What you can’t hear it?” *sits up from rocker on the porch.* “Well then come along and I’ll show you the nature.” *as Molly stands up she waves you over to talk.*
“Hi, my name is Molly Rivers. I live here in whispering pines with my daughter Katie and husband Bruce. It’s such a change from the hussle and bussle of the city. Bruce and I started out as high school sweethearts. We graduated from Sun Valley High and attended Sim State. “Go llamas!” *Molly assumes her cheerleader stance and pumps a fist in the air as she recites the school cheer.* “Oh excuse me, sometimes I forget myself. Come along, I’ll show you around…Over here is our small diary barn this here is Franny. She is the best milker I have. Remind me before you leave to get you a jug of fresh milk and cream for your travels.” Molly motions toward the cows in the barn as she leads you out of the Pasture.
You notice Bruce walking towards the rear of the cabin and give a simple wave to him .
"Funny story, We were hiking up in these mountains when we came upon this densely covered, broken cabin. A crack of lightning answered the question for us on where to go from there. There was no hope for the cabin so when searched around in the dense grasses and vines until we found the entrance to the mill." Molly takes a sip of her coffee and continues on. "The place was a flour mill. The records said it was the town grist mill and the millwright would grind everyones corn and wheat for a small fee. A small sack of their flour or meal as payment. He worked diligently every day until his death. The mill was silenced for over one hundred forty years. Bruce inquired about the property and purchased it for a steal. He went right to work clearing the grounds of debris on our breaks from school. He luckily finished just before Katie came. Take a look around...I have to finish feeding and changing the baby.
the list is rather long for this lot....Here it goes, if I missed someone I apologize in advance. I never try to claim what I have not done. I haven't 'slept in two days straight ad my eyes are crossing trying to get this in remotely close to deadline. This build is actually my second, I thought I was well ahead of schedule until my sixth sim day. My people began swimming in the air. Funny thing is I had no water on the lot at all. My baby was playing in the water in his play pen, my mother swam to do her laundry and grandma swam through stairs and popped two stories out of the roof. So with much disappointment I commenced to start a completely new lot. I began meshing my tail off up until four days ago, Murphy's law went in overdrive and refused to let me upload my new meshes into my game. So I sucked it up and made due with what I had on hand. Sorry about repeat photos, fell asleep between spoilers and didn't go back to verify. Enough said...Now with the credits.
Crissi's Hideout and Conversion
buitefr1-breastfeeding mod and top
Simsgraveyard 3~wonderful spot to pick up items no longer supported elsewhere.
Lemoncandy-I have a suggestion if you have the time or want, really need to make long dangling vines able to be attached to banisters, roof lines, walls and foundations. You do great work. That was one of the meshes I couldn't get in my game will work on it again now I have time.
lhawk7-redneck stuff. Truly great need to talk more with you. I have meshes with several species mounted. These I had difficulty importing back into game. I want to make a hunting lot.
Vicktor-tor-Logstairs (need some reworking when placed they leave a ghost to the side one block wide. I think it is a regrouping issue. Seems to disappear if you remove the railing and put in a new one.) great job on the look
ATS3 yeah Clutter
Big thanks to all the judges for constructive judgments and what I could do to improve. I hope I haven't disappointed you.