tepodon - Thanks a bunch!
Dann300 - Ah, you're too kind as usual, thanks a lot! BTW I hope to see your city journal updated soon
Well Ive shown you the urban side of Kenningsjor but what about the places which never got developed? Here they are... these areas have been protected as small islands of green for the environment of the Capitol District. Enjoy.
Here is the pride and joy of the Kenningsjor hippy community. The Upper Kenningsjor Conservation Area was opened in 1956 and was one of three starting parks that the newly established (at that time) Capitol District Conservation Authority decided to protect and develop. There are many hiking and biking trails to explore. As you can see there are also a variety of terrains within the park which include ponds, marshes, rocky sheild, forests, and meadows.
Here is the ranger station and information centre.
Borland lake. (Really a pond, but don't tell Mr Borland that)
Here is the small remaining marsh at the very edge of the city along the river. Most of the marshland has been elevated and developed on.
Inside the railway junction a secluded micro habitat flourishes.
The hole created by construction of highway and rail infill has now filled up into a nice little pond.
A river crossing in subburbia. A trail runs along this segment of the river for the local residents.
A little farther down, baseball diamonds along the banks.
Lastly, the lake which you might remember from the previous update. It is probably the most popular trail system to the residents of the city and is becoming more and more the social hub of it also.
Thanks for visiting the Empire!
And if you have the time you could preferabely nominate me for a trixie