• Moose
  • Entries
    69
  • Comments
    344
  • Views
    56,696

Opekoi, a Winter Ski getaway

Sign in to follow this  
Followers 0
panthersimcity4

168 Views

Opekoi is a small ski resort town in the mountains near the state capital, Redwood.

26689626.jpg

78057344.jpg

The small town is located near an Indian reservation for the Ukalit tribe, which has a massive casino. This town was founded by white settlers, although it was given a Ukalit name. The oldest building is the St. James School, built by Dominican priests who wanted to convert the local native population.

77782269.jpg

20795981.jpg

87814538.jpg

The main attraction in the town however would have to be the skiing. Higher up on the mountain is the Opekoi Ski Resort, which has a hotel and provides ski & snowboard rentals as well as a chairlift service (which comes free for hotel guests).

That was just a short update of the town I wanted to show. Merry Christmas, Hannukkah, Kwanzaa, Eid, or whatever celebration you are celebrating this holiday season!

Also, I think I'm going to go through a purge in my old updates. I plan on updating this CJ, but I'd rather it didn't get too cluttered with older updates. I thought about making an entirely new CJ, but I wouldn't want to have more than 2 CJs on a similar theme. I essentially wanted to make a story-like city journal of San Lorenzo.

Maybe I'll just start a new "story" style CJ for San Lorenzo, like I did with Shaston City. I'd call it "News from San Lorenzo" about the news broadcasters in the city. Or maybe I can just add it onto this journal. Oh I don't know. 34.gif42.gif21.gif


Sign in to follow this  
Followers 0


5 Comments


It looks like a beautiful place to stay the night and go skiing the next day... the church also looks very fitting for the location...
 
By the way, I think your city should invest in snowplows 

Share this comment


Link to comment
Weecaeks: Actually, all I did was switch the computer's calendar date to Dec 25th, and then load the game. There's an easter egg in the game where if you play it on Christmas day, the higher elevation areas get covered in snow.

Share this comment


Link to comment

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an Account  

Sign up to join our friendly community. It's easy!  :thumb:


Register a New Account

Sign In  

Already have an account? Sign in here.


Sign In Now