@Pipelad: Thanks! I know some detail is lost but it supposed to look old and 1900's.
I got a new Banner! (you can see the city has developed a lot over the years.
Last entry, some workers got to rent out small houses. So Travis thinks he's doing pretty well. He decides to call in the contruction company again to build more. This time, there was enough houses for everyone to share. All the workers are happy with more time on their hands, while Travis is happy with all the money on the hands!
Days go by years come forth. Travistown (what he calls it) is 3 1/2 years old when randomly, Travis' company hit a barrel of dynamite (it's supposed to be an idiom) and their budget went boom. Travis could barely pay for his company let alone all the wages. So he decides money is worth more than productivity. He resigns a few of his workers that: 1. do almost nothing, like the janitor in Travistown 2. big guys that get alot of money, like corporate officers.
Now that his profit isn't in the negatives, he needs something to increase his budget. He anounces to his workers that the houses are for sale! This actually made the people happy as they were tired of paying rent to Travis. Travis gains a light amount of money (the houses aren't even really houses for goodness sakes) and uses them to build more houses. By the time one year goes by, he was rich.
Travistown one intersection of Route 37 and Finn st:
As depicted in the picture above, there are many new small shops in the village. This is because some that have been fired are now starting up their own businesses, which virtually could be more successful than Travis Logging Inc. Most however are asking Travis favors to cut down more trees north of the village. Travis agrees (he's a nice guy) and for the next 2 years, the Travistown section of Travis Logging Inc is busy cutting down the forest for farming use.
Alvin's Snacks, a smart folk set up his shop aprox 300m before the intersection of Finn st:
(note: the east/west road is Route 37, the tee road leads to the industry)
During the span of these two years, Travis built alot of warehouses for all the wood being cut. Previously, the wood would be shipped out of the processing plant right after being cut, but now he needs to keep them in sheds for over a month! He also got a new office as shown below. Behind the warehouses are new employee snack trailers (Travis finally gives them a luch break)!
Travis' new warehousing:
Folks, thats it for this entry! Hope you enjoyed it
Bonus to this update: A poem about wood! Try to understand it
Esau Wood sawed wood. Esau Wood would saw wood. All the wood Esau Wood saw, Esau Wood would saw. In other words, all the wood Esau saw to saw, Esau sought to saw. Oh, the wood Wood would saw! And, oh the wood-saw with which Wood would saw wood! But one day, Wood's wood-saw would saw no wood, and thus the wood Wood sawed was not the wood Wood would saw if Wood's wood-saw would saw wood. Now, Wood would saw wood with a wood-saw that would saw wood, so Esau sought a saw that would saw wood. One day, Esau saw a saw saw wood as no other wood-saw Wood saw would saw wood. In fact, of all the wood-saws Wood ever saw saw wood, Wood never saw a wood-saw that would saw wood as the wood-saw Wood saw saw wood would saw wood, and I never saw a wood-saw that would saw as the wood-saw Wood saw would saw until I saw Esau Wood saw wood with the wood-saw Wood saw saw wood. Now Wood saws wood with the wood-saw Wood saw saw wood.