Saharah was in town today, and I hired her to install some new wallpaper and carpet. She put in this kitchen wall and tatami. Eh.
Peck came up to me and started bragging about not only his clothes, but also his “jaw-dropping physique.” (Looks like he has a bird chest to me). But I think he’s starting to creep me out a bit.
Not a lot was going on in town tonight, so I decided to do a little dreaming. I started going through my list of dream towns that people have suggested, but I noticed an unsettling trend. Luna kept telling me that there was not a town at each address I entered. Admittedly, these suggestions were old. (I’ve received too many suggestions to get to them all in a timely manner). But I’ve never got this many bad dream addresses in a row before.
I know that inactive dreams are deleted after a while, but I wonder if Nintendo has decreased that amount of time now that they’re also saving people’s Happy Home Designer creations. At any rate, if you want your dream town to stay active, make sure you update it regularly!
I was a bit relieved when I finally found one that worked. I headed off to the town of Scarlett (4600-2362-5644). It’s set in springtime, and you can see the pink cherry blossom trees. There are lots of flowers and the sky is blue and clear. This town is gorgeous!
There is a winding path that leads to the campsite and this mushroom garden near the fire pit. You can use a tree trunk as a stool.
The town is amazingly colorful, everywhere you go.
Mel is the mayor of Scarlett, and her basement looks like a great place to check out some live music.
Honey’s house has a great-looking diner. Grab some snacks or play some billiards.
If you’re looking for a great dream town to visit, be sure to check out Scarlett. The dream address again is 4600-2362-5644.
After I updated my own town dream town (dream address 4300-2003-9889), Luna told me that Lotus from Coral was my most recent dream visitor. Caitlin from Cesadius also visited recently.
I’ll be back with another blog entry tomorrow for Friday Night Forest.