geographically within but politically outside of Nebraskashire's influence, Carter Lake is a local Lesotho--tenuously connected to its magistrates in the neighboring district of Iowhampton.
Carter Lake features a unique sort of people who are fiercely individualistic, perchance the more insular because of their proximity to and dependence upon the inimical populace and alien environ which surround them.
theoretically, a lake just north of Omaha's thriving downtown would be prime real estate.
however, the area sits betwixt one of Omaha's poorest neighborhoods and the airport. soon, it may become even more a home-away-from-home for the impoverished of both districts; leaders of the indigenous Ponca Tribe propose constructing a casino on Carter Lake. thereafter, those unwilling or unable to resist the beguiling delectation of Iowhampton need no longer fear a cold walk across the Mormon Bridge (or Missouri River Pedestrian Bridge) in January as penance for staking the title to their jalopy on a 19 in Vingt-et-un.