AM: 350 Bells
PM: 201 Bells
Day 104’s evening turnip price was 202. I don’t have much faith in the stalk market, so I thought that might be the high for Kasen Village this week…but it was only Tuesday…I sold half of my turnips just in case. I was happy I didn’t unload them all because the prices spiked the next morning to 350 bells apiece. I got a proper return on my investment this week and Kokuto and Neko were able to come sell theirs as well. It’s nice to have a small stalk market network. I hope it grows once the English version comes out. 😉
Pete was waiting outside my house this morning. Funny, I wasn’t expecting a package. My letters were full, but without much of a fuss Pete left the package in with the other mail and went on his way. The letter contained a Campus Closet; the first in a series of eight stationary related DLC from Kokuyo.
The neat thing about the set is that four of the items are able to be remade at R. Parker’s. The Campus Closet can be changed into several different colors. It starts off red, but you can change it blue, violet, yellow, green, and more.
The village’s visitor was Katrina. She mentioned luck with health. Considering I’ve been falling over all day I think she cursed me…Maybe I should have listened to her and put on the “modern bottoms” like she said.
Lillian is still sick and I’m trying to nurse her back to health.
I dug up a time capsule today. I had forgotten who asked me to bury it in the first place. Fortunately it was the first person I asked—Nelson. This is the first time I have successfully returned a time capsule without pissing anyone off. I didn’t open it. I didn’t read the letter. I just gave it back to the originating party untouched.
Inside was a “Marine Border Shirt”, but after opening it we read the letter together too. He gave me a big…instrument…for my troubles. It’s actually pretty cool. I’m just having trouble translating it.
The rest of the day was spent visiting. Zen came over to pick up a few things and ended up touring my little hamlet. Then I had to go to his village to see his awesome fairy tale town hall.
In other news..
Lillian is all better. She gave me a royal lamp for nursing her back to health.
Taiga’s letter campaign is still going strong and her mailbox was shaking violently this morning. She actually got several presents back from townies. Maybe she’s better at writing townies than Yumi.
Zen also informed me of a second wave of 7 Eleven items coming out from March 1 – May 9. Now I have to get to Japan in April so I can be a complete tourist Otaku (that seems like an oxymoron…) and download items at 7 Eleven. Do they do it on the sly in Japan? Whenever I get download stuff for Pokémon here at toys r us I try and download items nonchalantly outside and hope nobody notices me.