Also known as New City, San Angelo has all the bells and whistles. Abstract and interesting attractions bring in heavy tourism to Boudreaux and Tunshow, while the tall buildings continue to amaze the simplest tourists. San Angelo’s aesthetic is gray and pristine, like a new stainless steel refrigerator, perhaps. Modernized architecture, signage, and decor only add to the city’s aesthetic.
San Angelo cannot exist without blemishes, though. Where it has a sparkling modernized city, it also has a large area of neglected slums. The differences between the two parts of the city are palpable, and so is their attitudes towards the stray dogs that roam either of their streets. Whereas new age San Angelo would prefer to keep the strays from ruining their city's image, the slums don't much mind the strays as long as they're not taking away their food or livelihood.
This area is dominated by Slippery Elm Trees, either wild-grown in the Waterstone Park, or strategically placed along city streets. Quite a lot of flowers are used for decoration, including Rose, Echinacea, Calendula, Chamomile, among many others. Only a few naturally growing herbs can be found here, growing through the cracks in the sidewalk: are Dandelion, Hawthorn, and Nettle. Any other chance at a specific herb can be scavenged from gardens or snatched from grocery stores.
rodents, birds, your occasional really lost White-tailed Deer, reptiles, fish, and other small mammals
For more detail and specific fauna, please visit the San Angelo page!