LET US CONTINUE THE TOUR!!
anyway, we are about to cross fameous Hometown Bridge!
that's the hole bridge.
the rural area is straight ahead. on your left, are the heavy industry fields, and on your right is silicon valley.
we'll get to those two locations later, on the way back. ONWARD!
here we are, getting off interstate 1, into the farming area, which, as i am reading right now, is that the inhabitants call the farming area "Farmville." hmmm... i feel like i've heard that name before... no... not here, from somewhere else... hmmmm... oh well! movin' on!
actually, there's a road map right beside us! let's see it, shall we?
Huh. funny. the other half of the map is on the other side of the road!
(Sorry about the large pictures, i couldn't see the letters in the 800x600 size.) huh. maybe we should've gone to THIS one first, and then the other one. weird. anyway, let's continue the tour!
interesting fact! these farms are actually NEW to the city! only one farm was made when the city first started! we'll pass it soon!
just sit back and look out the window!
This is the oldest farm in the city. this farm is still running because of tourism funds. the grandapple family buildt this farm in 1970.
now John Grandapple runs it, along with his wife and 3 kids. the farms have it tough, and about half of them are bankrupt, due to lack of water, and the city doesn't have much water, and i don't think the mayor of the city is gonna import water at the high price Don Madalf offers.
Ah! oh no! traffic jam! it seems we have to go the altornative route to the suburban areas!
here we are at the suburban area entrance, but to the locals,
it is called "the fields." i have no idea why.......... oh well!
TO BE CONTINUED.