The numbers in the primary LA Resistance headquarters fluctuate. There can
be anywhere from forty-seven to one hundred and twenty residents at one
time. While children are present in the camp, they try to find safe havens
for anyone under the age of thirteen elsewhere.
This was a former ghost town rebuilt for making movies years ago. While the
outside of the buildings and a couple of the major buildings are in fairly
most are in need of repair.
Church - an old fashioned church that had been in very bad repair.
Dorms - two old metal construction trailers used as dorms, though
more and more people are moving into buildings as they are repaired.
Feed Store -
General Store - Used to store extra clothes and other essential items.
Also contains the washers and dryers.
Hotel - Now acts as the women's dorm.
Infirmary - the mock doctor's office has been turned into the infirmary
and research area. Willie has a room upstairs that has been fixed up and
that has a sturdy lockable door. Harmony has a room downstairs off the main
Saloon - the war room, complete with bar, several round tables and
wooden chairs. A TV has been set into the wall above the bar. There is a
kitchen in the back, mostly nonfunctioning, though a working refrigerator
has been added. A room in the back is used as an office, mainly to lock away
important items and sensitive documents. The upstairs had been trashed over
the years, though some people have been working at fixing it up to use as
Stable - Tyler and Farber have an
RV parked inside the stable and use the lower floor as a combination work/rec
area. Entering the stable, the RV is to the right while long tables line
the back wall and the stalls to the left. The open area contains a battered
entertainment center with a TV and VCR, a legless sofa and an easy chair,
along with some lawn chairs (normally folded up in one of the stalls). A
locked cabinet is in another stall, where Ham keeps things he uses but doesn't
want to keep in the RV (as he doesn't want to keep disturbing Chris and Alice
to retrieve them). A ladder leads up to a loft where a small room has been
formed out of hay bales, which is where Ham (and Fontana) sleep.
Storeroom - a sturdy metal shed used to secure the weapons. Formerly
locked with a padlock, Julie switched it
apparent that Fontana (and probably Ham) could pick the padlock.
Whorehouse - the lounge area of the whorehouse has been fixed up
as the informal living room of the town, complete with comfortable furniture
and a working fireplace. The kitchen is fully functional and is used to cook
buffet-style meals. Tables have been set up in the parlor entry.