Rumors that a property in Whitlow (link) is actually a Claw Base, has led the Coastal Patrol to ask military or SAS factions to raid the property.
“We think the Claw has been using the property to shell shipping in the Tulagi region,” said the CP spokesperson, “and that they may be bringing ordinance in for their subs too.”
The owner of the property says that whoever the tenant really is, they always pay on time, but “if ya gotta raid, raid ‘em!” He also said that the property, a Tulagi combat area adjacent lot of 512 is also up for sale.
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Grace Development Agency is showcasing two new hot properties near Feral Marine’s Blake Sea showroom, off of Route 14. Omne property is 38,000L for 17040 meters (2.2L per m), and another, a beach property, is 512m for 6890 (13.5L per m). Properties can be seen at Gormthoog (link)
Airport Monthly has awarded Archerfield Airfield with another award, this time the “Airport of the Month” award for January 2018.
“There are soooooooo many airports,” said a AM staffer, “so getting to the top means your airport has something special.”
Asked whether the airfield was getting special treatment because of the Archerfield Free Post being based there the staffer denied it.
“No, it’s because it has two great fields, a shooting range, kangaroos, a Waterbank News office, a shopping center, a dock, and…” the staffer took a deep breath, “an aviation school, a dock, ZSK, and a possible royal connection to the Duke of Archer.”
Jackson Valley Regional Airport, near Jackson Valley City, altitude 50 may be just a regional field in between some class A airports, but that hasn’t stopped it from becoming a popular place for pilots to gather.
“It really has charm,” said one pilot unpacking a case of Pernod from her YKS-7 at the field (link to pictured product). “I know one guy, Manu, who brought his Camper (link to product in pic) here twenty years ago and never left!”
Jackson Valley Regional Airport can be found at (link to map), and pilots should be aware that the airfield can only accommodate small to medium craft on Runway 30/12, Alt. 50.
Sailors on the Blake Sea have been seeing this ship – the WWS Waterbank – more and more, and are nervous about it.
“It didn’t help that Old Man Half Hitch told me it was a ghost ship,” said one sailor we talked to at Hollywood Airport. “It really has me freaking out.”
“It came out of the mist and nearly hit us,” said another boater. “When I yelled at it no one came out. It just kept on going, without a person in sight.”
A number of coast guards have asked that boaters call in the location of the ship, which they believe might have had some mishap. “We’re not saying ‘deadly disease that could decimate the world,'” said one SLCG rep, “and we are definitely not saying ‘vengeful ghost ship that can’t be stopped with modern science.'”
Old Man Half Hitch had this to say: “I tol’ y’er.”
Increases in river, road, and air traffic in the East and West River areas has put pressure on area leaders to rethink how their ports and airports are arranged.
“We’re looking at tomorrow, not today,” said a councilwoman in West River, “and the reality is yesterday. We should be more like the East River and ERIA – they’ve got a better handle on it.”
Known by the party set as “Yanete The Queen of Blake Sea,” this beach destination takes advantage of its seclusion to host a constant set of parties.
“It’s like, totally,” said one partier who had just returned from the bushes with an inflatable turtle. “Totally, ya know?”
Travelers interested in tropical punch should rez a boat and make their way to the Blake Shore (link).