Horn of Weta ~ a virtual world sim in Second Life by Xay Tomsen
The simulator, Horn of Weta was a promontory in the far northeast of Irukandji, and part of Weta State.
Horn of Weta, or 'The Horn' as it became known, spent most of its life as a forested mountain with a few rental bungalows on its point for reclusive types.
The southern end of the peninsula sloped down into Weta Island, where a stretch of the Trans Irukandji Causeway fed upwards into the hills.
Surrounding the peninsula was a deepwater sea for sailing.
The name, Horn of Weta was a play on words, irreverently testing how far I could push the naming censorship policies of SL, especially given the island's obvious phallic shape.
Linden Labs never picked up on what became a long running local joke, nor any of the other facetitious names like the nearby sims, Upper Aboyo Passage and Tongabuti Bay.
This gave everyone a giggle over the years.
If you would like to explore more of the Irukandji continent, check out the main Islands of Irukandji page.
Andrew Thompson a.k.a. Xay Tomsen