My human has only one twos, one twos (twos) legs, doesn't think like us and he has been called weirds. I like that in a familys man. He is stubborns like me. He likes his beer dark. He could be called an Eclectic Peeps. Most of all, he loves me and I like that. DeltaBunny will journal our lives togethers in the small Delta town of Rio Vista, California.

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01 September 2004


Scotia, California is the last company owned town in the states. It is owned by the Pacific Lumber Company. It is very orderly and clean. The flood of 1964 could have a little to do with that. It reminded M & M of "The Truman Show". Everyone very polite. Everything in its place. Homes built alike. A little freaky. A Code of Conduct was posted on the community buildings. No loud singing, disturbances, etc. At one time, the town even had its own coinage and script. Talk about control. Hope they don't come after me. It seemed a little like Los Alamos, New Mexico in the 60s when Master lived there. Los Alamos had been opened to the public in 1958. All the homes were similar, the town center clean, organized. Parallel universe? Both towns are situated in very pretty locations.
The self guided tour of the lumber mill was interesting, as was the museum, the fisheries exhibit and the accompanying propaganda. Redwood bark was once used as a component for making felt hats, insulation and well drilling mud. Everything of the tree was and is still used.

They stayed in The Scotia Inn and witnessed one of the tricks of the resident ghost, Fred. He likes to unwind the fire hose in the hall. The Inn was very nice and the food great. Unfortunately only two tables were occupied. Supposedly there is some friction between the chef and the inn's owner. Too bad. Nice place. Check it out if you are in the area.

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