Now that the snow has settled, I thought it would be a wonderful time to do an introductory tour of Peachtea for this blog. Peachtea is my oldest town, having been established sometime in the summer of 2015, and it has been my labour of love ever since.
I’ve updated the dream address, too, so if you want to visit you can! The new DA is: 7500-0115-3D20, so please let me know in the comments if you visit! You can also send me pictures of your visit through any of my social medias (links at the bottom of my post), I’d love to see your Mayor exploring my town!
So to begin the tour, I thought I’d show you a few of my favourite places in town. I worked hard for a good two years to finish my town, and one of the bits of landscaping that I love the most is the area around my house, which includes the bell Public Works Project that fits in so well with the pink and white colours of the wildflowers.
The path South of the bell leads you to the residential area of Peachtea, where all my villagers live. It took hours and hours of laborious plot resetting to get the houses in a row like that!
As you wander East through town, you’ll soon meet a long path to the campsite bordered all along by square topiary.
I think it’s so cute the way the tent turns to an igloo in Winter. It’s all the little details in the game which makes me fall in love with it more every time I play!
Next, we head up to the windmill in the North of the town, passing by more carefully landscaped gardens dusted with fresh snow.
Here’s another of my favourite places in town- the fairytale bench makes a perfect spot to sit and watch the day go by.
If you have time, stop and have a picnic overlooking the beach! I love this pastel picnic rug, it’s the perfect addition to my pink town.
And last but not least is the magnificent town tree. It’s still beautiful, even without it’s leaves. I dread to think how many hours I’ve put into building this town…. but there’s definitely a good reason why I’ve got the largest town tree possible!
I hope you’ve enjoyed this tour of Peachtea! If you do visit, please let me know as I’d love to hear what you think. Next time, I’ll do a tour of Mayor Leylandi’s completed pink-themed mansion, so stay tuned for that!