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"There's a pretty good chance that there are more horses in this town than there are people," Tori Barker told Bring Me of her hometown. "My grandfather's childhood dream was to live in a cowboy town. In 1954, he purchased the land and started building what you see here today."
Love Valley has a total population of 100 people. Cars are not allowed in the area, so people get around on horseback. According to the town's website, the area includes a tack shop, a general store, a blacksmith shop, various saloons, and other western-themed businesses.
"What brought me here, was actually the quiet," Barker said. "There's a lot of freedom here, and it's actually a great place for me to raise my daughter."
Put on some cowboy boots and take a trip back to a simpler time in Love Valley.
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