OT03 - Outer Tamarack - Mill and Brunner's
Even small towns need warehouses, and Tamarack is no exception. The more gently peaked roofs of the large buildings which occupy the edges of the intersection between Mill and Brunner's Way are corrugated tin, unlike those of the town's sole body shop nearby. Hardworking and practical, the business is as no-nonsense as its façade, plain wood, unstained, with a steep roof.
Mill road cuts off toward the northwest at a diagonal, providing space for a triangular lot of low-income housing between its graded dirt and the cleaner pavement along Brunner's Way off to the north, with Main Street's busier construction forming the third, invisible arm of the triangle.