Today I want to show you the “up north area” of Toolinguria. The place where the middle and upper class has a second home to get away from it all. The architecture here is too dominated by utilitarian steel shapes, that wither and weather in the seasons and thus become a part of the landscape. The little village we are visiting today is is the sleepy 326 soul village of Oreton. Oreton is about two and a half hours north of the Capitol Molybdenopolis, but a lot more idyllic. So idyllic, that is was barely trumped by Montana as the location for the movie “A River Runs Through It”.
In order to maximize the untouched open spaces and to minimize man’s impact on the area, the cabins are rather close to each other.
You can see the chimneys towering over the roofs which also serve as sun decks in the Summer.
When you Google For Oreton, Toolinguria, there is a peculiar image – one that the community claims that it clearly shows the “Foot Of God”. See for yourself, can you spot it?
If you have found said foot, then it means God wears Chuck’s, which means she’d be presumably pretty cool….I suppose. But, it’s up to you what you make of it.
Alright, there you have it. You have wasted another perfectly good 10 minutes to read about Toolinguria.
Stay sharp and exercise your imagination muscles.