AM: Ack! Social obligations. Forgot
PM: 104 Bells
Joan should be coming around tomorrow morning. I don’t think I’ll have much money to spend on turnips though.
Getting to Know Townies
Last night I tried to make the rounds and
snoop get to know my villagers. I hadn’t seen Soleil’s house yet because it seems she’s always wandering about. I spied her light on so I knocked and went in. She had Victoria over too.
What did I learn during my visit?
I also dropped in on Sheldon. His house wasn’t what I expected either (though I expected the hamster cage since I gave it to him…)
*Insert ominous music here*
The name sounded familiar, which means she’s not a cute new deer or hamster… I was mildly horrified after investigating. Jambette is a scary green frog. I want to enact the anti-green-villager ordinance. STAT! I think Hanabi may be cursed with un-cute villagers. *shakes fist at Katrina*
I’ll try to be nice. I thought Barold was hideous too, but his personality is so cute.
The Price of Expansion
But this morning I checked out my newly expanded house and…it wasn’t so bad. I don’t want to think about the loan right now, but this elbow swinging room is pretty nifty. It even allows room to display my newly won master sword.
AKA: more debt for you.
Isabelle said the paperwork had gone through and I was ready to start improving Hanabi village. I can now enact ordinances (once I scrape up the 20,000 bells to do so…) and begin public works projects. Even though I am completely broke and 98,000 bells in debt I chose to build a campground (because I ♥ campers). It’s a little pricier than some of the other public works at 59,800 bells, but who really needs a fire hydrant or a street lamp? Tents and campfire stories here we come!
Isabelle went with me to scout a new location. I tried to put it too close to the river, but eventually we agreed on a good spot for it. Here’s what it will look like when we get the required funds:
I was on my way to visit Tortimer down at the dock (I forgot to mention that Isabelle introduced me to him this morning) when I found…someone passed out on the beach. He was a bit disoriented (and clearly delusional) and needed help getting to wherever he was going before he crashed.
This next part sounds completely like déjà vu to me. It made it quite easy to get him where he was going.
I won’t tell you what I chose. But I will have a souvenir from the correct country in my mailbox in the morning. 😉
The former mayor was waiting for me at the end of the dock. He bragged about the summertime tropical island that he lives on.
I can’t wait to visit the island! This is mainly because I know money-making opportunities abound there in the evening. But I should also be able to get bananas or coconuts from it to plant on the beach, and even tropical fruit. Yup, the loan and the campsite will be paid off in no time now!
News from Kasen
Tomorrow is Children’s Day in Kasen village. I may have a second post highlighting it. Also, Lillian’s birthday is May 9! I can’t wait to
suck up to her celebrate her birthday!