Today I welcome you to the Town of Blanchford Harbor in the state of South Coast, Population 8,000.
From the North, we wind down South Coast Highway 526 and you can't drive though these backwoods towns off the coast without driving a truck, like this 2008 Carne CJ15
I stopped by my friend Jackson's house up this Gravel Road past the Lemon and Grape Fields before getting back on the Highway.
based on that first scene, although there's alot less trees in the first pic than it looks like
Afterwards, I heard about this lake off the main road which was rumored to have special healing powers, but it didn't seem to have any, and I decided I was fooled into wasting some gas.
Then I headed down into town and started to look around and see what I could see, first thing I noticed was the actual Harbor, but the trees along the harborfront are very dense.
Heading back the other way though I came across this neighborhood.
And just past that was Blanchford Harbor City Hospital.
And up through the residential side streets is Eucalyptus Park, home of PFC (Players Football Club) Blanchford Harbor of the Championship.
But that's along the East edge of town, and is next to that is the Blanchford Harbor Methodist Church, Aldi Supermarket, Hungary Jack's, Del Taco, Ware's Corner Shop, and 7-11.
Farm on the edge of town.
And in automotive/motorsports news...
Jamieson's Masquerade G3R testing at the Jamieson Test Track in Central Commonwealth, getting air over the last turn's bump.
Jamieson Motor Company has announced they will compete in the AIN World Grand Prix, Sebring and Le Mans in a racing version of their Jamieson Masquerade, called the Masquerade G3R, since this is the third generation Masquerade. This racer will have a 6.2L Jamieson engine producing nearly 700hp. Jamieson will field drivers Magnus McLean and John Queen in once G3R, and drivers Malcolm Bergström and Patrick Fassbinder in a second car. Additional drivers yet to be announced.