Talk:Asimoupoli

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Ontario Silver Mine among others.

Is this Park City, Utah, *here*? Juan Martin Velez Linares 13:59, 23 September 2015 (CDT)

Yes. Mr. Xeight and I are working on Greek History, and we needed expatriate Greeks who could return to the fatherland bring money and supplies to help them be able to effectively colonize Libya for a time. Given that there was *here* a fair piece of Greek immigration, and that most of them came to New Orleans, *here*, that meant that Louisianne had a lot of Greeks. And the Greeks spread westward from there, *there*. BoArthur 12:15, 23 September 2015 (PDT)

Nearby Villages

There should be a city between Mission San Egidio and Asimoupoli. Keetley This could be another Greek community, if desired. Some of the Park City mines have openings above the now submerged Keetley.

There could also be a ranching town to the NNE of Asimoupoli, also settled by Greeks, intent on feeding the masses. BoArthur 13:20, 23 September 2015 (PDT)

I think it'd be fun to keep Keetley as Keetley: a small sea of English-speaking Mormons surrounded by a tiny lake of Greeks in a much larger sea of tumultuousness. I'm sure that not all of the Mormon dissidents would want to follow Ouaren Gough and that some would prefer to settle down permanently and get in on the silver craze of the area.
The ranching area seems pretty necessary, though. I wonder if it could be home to sheep and goats as opposed to cows? Misterxeight 13:31, 23 September 2015 (PDT)
I can assure you that it IS a sheep ranching locale. They don't usually overwinter the sheep there, but they do pasture them there during the late springs, summers and winters. Keetley's at a lower elevation than Park City. I could see herds of sheep being loaded onto the soon-to-be established trains, and having a wintering grounds near Ciudada Saratoga (Lehi/Saratoga Springs, *here*). Looks like they very clearly did, and at a higher elevation, here. If Keetley's going to be founded/run by Mormons, I'm going to say that it's renamed Parleyville, they're not affiliated with Gough, but they've had a tough PR situation up until recently. BoArthur 13:37, 23 September 2015 (PDT)


Sheep it is, then! I imagine that while Greek cattle might be shipped out, that the farmers will have no problem making due with sheep and goats brought in from California or Louisianne and raising them nice and chubby. Parleyville sounds like a pleasant name. Also, would the town Mormon churches I envision in the area immediately outside Silvertown be affiliated with the wider Church of the Latter Day Saints, or would they be part of a third Mormon denomination, neither LDS nor Ouaren-Gough's men? Misterxeight 13:47, 23 September 2015 (PDT)

I guess you can look at it like separate rites, but more like *here* were Orthodoxy and Latin Rites are not that warm and cozy. I can see there being one LDS church around Silvertown, one FLDS church (and ne'er the twain shall meet) - or - a protestant church, and an LDS church (which I like better). I also see there being a church specifically in Parleyville, but Kimball Junction is that other community your're thinking of. Parleyville's about 10-15 miles away, Kimball Junction, about 5. BoArthur 13:51, 23 September 2015 (PDT)
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