Chow had his belongings all packed up in boxes today. He’s been alright during his time in Forest, but I won’t particularly miss him.
Saharah was in town yet again, still looking for old wallpaper. Static and Tangy each gave me their old wallpaper.
But those two weren’t enough, since you need to give Saharah three of them to get a rare wallpaper. So I put them both into storage for now.
In late July, the grass turns a bluish shade of green. It’s particularly noticeable near my crop circles. Since the color of a pattern isn’t going to automatically change based on the time of year, it’s going to really stand out for much of the year.
I spotted a balloon present and shot it down with my slingshot, even though I snapped this picture a fraction of a second too early. It contained a brick block (from the Mario set).
I took a bus ride out to the city, but most of the shops were already closed for the night.
Kitty was sick with a cold today. She looks so sad and depressed that it was kind of funny. 😛
Saharah was in town again today, looking for old wallpaper. So I began asking my villagers, and Nan happily gave me some.
Outside, Chow told me that he was planning on moving out of town soon.
I told him not to go, but he didn’t change his mind.
After a stop at Nook ‘n’ Go, I took some medicine over to Kitty.
Other than Nan, none of my villagers had old wallpaper for me. But fortunately, I had two of them in storage. So I took all three back to Saharah, and she gave me a mortar wall. Again! That’s what she gave me last week! I guess this makes her my mortar enemy.
I then took the bus out to the city. While there, I had a chat with my old friend Biskit, who mentioned a girl from Jannali. Jannali was Brian’s town. It’s kind of interesting how characters will remember the players you’ve played with before, even though it’s been years since Nintendo pulled the plug on the service.
Saharah was in town today, looking for old wallpaper. Static was the first villager I asked about it, and surprisingly, he had some for me.
In fact, three of the first four villagers I asked had some for me (Nan and Tank were the others that helped out). But those three were the only three. Still, that was enough to get a rare wallpaper, so I took them back to Saharah. She gave me a mortar wall in return.
The good news is that the mortar wall was a wallpaper that I still needed for my catalog checklist. Not that I care much about completing my catalog any more, but still, I’ll take it. The bad news is that the wallpaper didn’t look like anything special.
When I visited Poncho, he was wondering if anything secret was buried in Forest. He wasn’t talking about fossils or gyroids, but he suggested there’s something bigger underground. Very interesting… I wonder what Nintendo had in mind here. How about an underground mine to dig for ore?
I picked a few dandelion puffs, and took them over to the alien landing site. The aliens’ tractor beams abducted the flying puffs and took them up into the sky! Or maybe it was just the wind.
Nan told me she was thinking about moving out of town. Even though she’s not my favorite animal, I really didn’t want her to leave this soon. Maybe she grew on me a bit when she lived in my New Leaf town in 2014. So I talked her into staying.