Today, I placed the shipwrecked Pelican galleon, that had been beached in the sands of the port, into the cliff face of Medusa Locks. It is the front half of the ship which now juts out into the airspace, meshed into the complex of village pathways and stairs. The Parcheesi game table was moved onto the new extended deck, affording an unimpeded view onto the bay. Below deck, I cleaned out the space, and while thinking about how to use the little room, my friend Lilia spontaneously recommended: a hammock and books! Echoing the bookshelves of the nearby Library of Darkrodin, the walls were thus squared off, to highlight the central hammock. Lilia, on seeing this also asked for there to be a beam of light descending onto the hammock. As she was the inspiration for this space, I named the cabin after her in her native language of German. Bibliothek means ‘library’.