The town of Sandalwood. The small village of 53 lies on a peninsula jutting into the Frasica Bay. 10 shops line the roads for travelers and tourists heading through to larger cities and sites. The town is small. One of those where everybody knows everyone. Among other things is the small church and water tower, further from the town center. The only road is a 2-lane I-16.
The small town seems so alive at night despite being completely asleep.
No fences. At the moment the sort-of community the town has is trustful. The sheep and other livestock roam free around the valley and beyond.
I-16 winds through the hills east of town. It seems some cows have wandered out of the valley.
And that's all for today. Stay tuned and see how this develops. (I'm trying to figure out how myself )