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The Pilgrim

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About The Pilgrim

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  1. Glad to have you back shock. We were getting worried.
  2. I definitely second this suggestion.
  3. Florida now. Grew up in New Hampshire.
  4. I haven't disappeared. RL just got a little crazy. Lost my teaching position and decided it was time for a career change. Starting a new company doing home inspections and custom carpentry. (Following my dad's footprints. One of the New England Houses is based on his house. I think was build in 1730 and he has spent the last 20 years restoring it. ) I should be around more now that things are settling out. I am in the process of getting an update together for the New England mod, either still as part of CC or spinning it off as a companion.
  5. As a beginning modder myself, I didn't follow using CCs materials and some of their textures because I felt that CC was the "correct" way to go, but because the Black Liquid crew was awesome enough to share their resources, time and skill with me as they have done with many of us. The fact that so many of the mods out there are compatible with CC or use many of the same ingredients speaks to the amazing community we have established here, not CCs "correctness". We have all built upon each other's work more often that not with the help and tutoring of those that were here before us. @Ketchup, @kid1293, @Necora, all the Black Liquid guys ( @ShockPuppet @Kralyerg and @Denis de la Rive especially with me) have been indispensable in helping the whole modding community move forward in ways we never thought possible. If you don't like someone's mod or someone's acsthetic fine... Don't use it. But talking a bunch of crap or disparaging someone elses work around here is not welcome.
  6. I love the look of it!!!
  7. I am so glad you like the New England set. It has been included in CC and will be getting a bit of an update soon.
  8. I agree with Taniu, especially with the Sherbrooke Church. The building is huge and beautiful, but 20 parishioners is way too low.
  9. Geeking out to a series of lectures on Historical Theology by Ryan Reeves at Gordon Cornwell Seminary. Spectacular.
  10. Hope all is well shock!!
  11. I think that as long as the lean to additions still line up well, then I am quite OK with a bit of variation in height as standardization wasn't really a thing at the time.
  12. @stiles. There will be much more expansion of the New England set, but I can't mention too much right now without giving away other plans. 😁
  13. As far as the New England set goes, they are recieving a large reworking for 1.71.
  14. The bodies are much better on the white pines. A little funky at the top though. Maybe just a shrink to to branches and add more of them to fill it out. The tops of those tend to be pretty dense.
  15. The problem with splitting up mods is that it quickly overloads the toolbar. You cannot have multiple mods come out of one tab, unless they are loaded into a vanilla mod. So say you wanted to break this mod into one for the PEI stuff, one for the Farm, one for the Fort, ect. You then would have to either load the individual items into the vanilla menus, thus breaking apart the sets, or creating a new tab for each individual set, now turning one new button, into however may sets you separate. If you try to put multiple mods into one new tab, the game crashes. It is something that Luke has not given us access to correct.