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Blog post No. 3,123: More Minecraft

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(Another long Minecraft post, so, y’know, skip it all if you want.)

After writing about my journey with Minecraft the other day, it kinda prompted me to play with Creative mode again. I find that with Survival mode, there are always other concerns and distractions (getting materials, staying secure, sleep, finding food, etc.) so on Saturday night, I fired up a flat empty world in Creative, and set about making a little cabin. I got a bit carried away.

Here’s the view from the (non-existent) street

Go through the gate

It’s nearly Hallowe’en, so a couple of pumpkins outside the front door

Living room





A study upstairs

There are several areas in the garden, here’s a quiet area, with a small table and a couple of chairs

And a jungle path…

That leads to a gazebo

Next to a pond

Hot tub!

The path around the side of the house

A fire pit

(Which looks nicer at night)

There’s a hidden room only accessible through the pond

You gotta get in the water…

And in there is a room where you can look down into the Void

It’s kinda like an upside down James Turrell piece

And finally, some screenshots of the whole thing

A wee bit of artwork
Here’s a cheese and pickle sandwich.

Other business

Here’s an interesting Wikipedia article
Absolute Beginners

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The song in my head when I woke up this morning
The utterly wonderful Funky Town by Lipps Inc.

Written by Craig

October 12th, 2016 at 11:13 am

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  1. Until today I had no idea there was a distinction between “bathroom” and “loo”.


    12 Oct 16 at 12:11

  2. For me, loo is specifically about the toilet. Obviously, if someone says “Can I use the bathroom?” I know that they mean they want to pee or poo, but I guess it can also mean, wash their hands, freshen up, do heroin in private.


    13 Oct 16 at 10:22

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