Pictures from the October Minecraft session:
First, the usual wandering around:
A cliff on the edge of water in the rain
An abandoned foundation; I think I’ve seen this before, but it’s been a while
One of the structures in the bay turned into a floating glowing ball
Pat built a sort of ice chapel. I think it’s near the ice house he built the previous month, but I’m not entirely sure?
The top of the ice chapel
Looking up at the ice chapel ceiling
The floor of the chapel
Another view of the inside
Looking out from the roof
An outside view of the chapel
And Miranda decided to build a hall using some of the new stone types that were recently added. She hollowed out a hill not too far from the spawn point but in a direction we hadn’t explored much.
A hall with green and pink stone
A view of the ceiling
The entrance, made out of glass
An outside view at night
Adding a light on top of the entrance
After that, she decided to expand it more, making a larger space inside with some blue stone as the ceiling.
Thinking about how to expand it
Starting to hollow out the new area; you can see bits of the new ceiling
More work on the new area
While she was doing that, she ran into a cave, so I went and explored that.
A cave in the back of the hall
It keeps going. (I could have taken a lot of pictures like this, it was a decent-size cave.)
An exit at the back of the cave
A view from outside the cave
As you can see, the back of the cave was fairly close to the lava and water sculpture that Pat had built in August; we didn’t realize that it was so close to her hall! (Though it wasn’t that close, the cave was a decent length.)