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The Region of Rodentia: Squirrelton’s Cache Expands



Squirrelton: As the Squirrel Turns


Squirrelton’s Mayor Nutter has developed the eastern shores of the town. Current population statistics: Number of residents- 1,345; Number of squirrels- 56,012.


“Little Squirrelton,” as the east shore is called by locals, hosts a Starbucks that enables literary-minded Simdents to stay up into the wee hours of the morning. One local playwright is penning a script with a working title of “The Taming of the Squirrel.”


Taking advantage of Squirrelton’s plentiful rivers, new fishing docks and a chowder house have been built. Older residents such as craftsman PJ remain suspicious of it and have written a series of disgruntled letters to the Squirrelton Inquirer’s editor. “Squirrels don’t even like seafood,” they argue.


They’ve not too much to complain about, however, as Mayor Nutter also has built a squirrel-friendly park. Eastern Grey Park sponsors an annual writing contest called “If a tree falls in Eastern Grey Park and no one is around but squirrels, does it still make a noise?” and runs the highly successful adopt-a-squirrel program.


Pictured left is St. Rocky of the Epiphany in Upper Rodentia. Here, Squirrelton residents come to contemplate mortality and to make offerings of cheese, nuts, and lettuce to the Rodent gods.


Squirrelton at night. Strangely, the most common reoccurring nightmare residents report is drowning in the Bushy Tail River.



Credits: Mods are SimPeg (MTP, OWW, SPAM, Pond, Stream, Rail Mod (lots and mayor-mode ploppables)), Cycledogg trees, SFBT trees, NAM & SAM, Lowkee33’s Appalachian terrain, SHK HD Rock Mod, Riverside Beach Mod, Euro sidewalk texture mod. Various RLS houses & FishTale Pub by Sim Goober, Shmail’s Commercial Finals, JB SmalltownUSA, BSC UK Village Church.

Thanks for looking at Squirrelton and my City Journal The Region of Rodentia! :)


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I am really enjoying how this looks, I love the scenery and the rugged terrain. And yeah, I don't think I've ever heard of squirrels eating seafood, but I wouldn't doubt they exist.

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Thanks, guys :)

According to Squirrelton residents, squirrels like shrimp and lobster, but not trout or grouper. This information is anecdotal though so I wouldn't swear by it ;)

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[quote name='emperordaniel' timestamp='1346757765']
The Taming of the Squirrel, huh? Sounds interesting. :P

The rain in Squirrelton is mainly on the...rural...one. :uhm: By George, I think she's got it!

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