tell me if it's far-fetched at
all? And if it's not far-fetched, what would be a realistic area of the
state in which to put this town?
- A quaint, small town that
is rapidly expanding, much of it turning into a gentrified, middle to upper-middle
class suburb of no city in particular
- Expansion threatens the mom-'n-pop
stores in the area
- Looks like every suburb in America - no real
sign of desert life, just green grass and European/Northeastern trees
Close to the Navajo reservation
- Considerable evangelical Christian
, which is all
high desert. Not much green, but lots of interesting desert formations.
That could make it difficult to find a town in that area with "no real
signs of desert." However if you're building a town, or expanding an existing
one, I suppose you could plant any type of vegetation that you wanted.
only one I can think of that might fit the bill would be Holbrook. The
population is currently somewhere around 5,000.