Rolling Down The Highway
Fort Douglas was established as a military garrison during the American Civil War. It is located a short distance from Salt Lake City and currently serves as a scavenge post for those entering into the desolate remains of that city. It is a rough and tumble sort of place where everyone is expected to watch out for themselves and clean up their own messes. There is no local authority and there are no rules.
The Fort also serves as a camp for the men and women who work the The Bingham Mine, one of the few working mines around and it provides copper, gold and silver along with sulferic acid as a byproduct of the smelting process.