Wootini’s Weekly Animal Crossing Diary 11/19/16
There’s still new things to see in Geneva since the campground opened, but I have to admit that I haven’t used Wisp as much as I would’ve liked this past week. See, using Wisp takes extra effort, and usually it’s just not convenient to do it when I’m visiting my town. Sigh.
I do like helping out my townsfolk, especially when I come across a diary just laying on the ground and I can help Mallary keep the dark secret of her love of boogie boarding. Who knew, right? Sometimes these animals are full of surprises!
Sahara was camping out this week, and I have to say that I absolutely loved the way her RV was decorated. The looms were particularly cool.
I was gathering up shells for a town incentive and stumbled across Gulliver passed out on the beach again. I haven’t seen him in a while, but at the same time I haven’t really been looking for him, if you know what I mean. I’m pretty sure he’s already visited every country once, so I honestly thought maybe he’d stop trying to travel and get shipwrecked again and again. Guess not! He was clearly heading for Australia, so I sent him in the right direction.
And sure enough, he sent me my souvenir, which was a replica of Ayer’s Rock in Australia. Which I already have on display in the museum. So I guess Gulliver will just keep visiting the same places over and over again and keep getting washed overboard with amnesia. Sounds like kind of a miserable life, even if you do get to travel the world! Stay in your cabin, dude!
Joan parked her RV in the campground this week, and I have to admit that I was slightly surprised by her decor. Not sure why I never thought of her as being Asian. But I love her RV. Especially since she didn’t have any turnips anywhere. She doesn’t bring her work home with her! Or, well, she doesn’t bring her work on vacation with her!
Gabi looked so sad when she told me she was thinking about leaving town, so I asked her to stay. Also because she is actually the only remaining original townsperson still left in Geneva, so I will always do whatever I can to keep her around!
It was Mallary’s birthday, and naturally Rodney was the one there partying with her so I got nervous about the gift I’d bought for her.
I knew I’d mad a bad selection but nothing else in Nookington’s really said “Mallary” aside from the mobile. At least she was a little more polite about being underwhelmed than Rodney was last week. Although maybe not, because the next day she sent me a thank you note, and it was a drip pail. Guess I know what she really thought of my gift! I really need to work on my gift-giving skills…