Horse Valley

Set your G.P.S Course and Come on Down to Horse!

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Horse Valley

Horse Valley is a great place for everyone and anyone who loves animals, and lush vegetation. Horseland in tucked away. I know you will just fall in love with this little city- or should I say village. Our population is rather small, we are a town where everybody knows everybody. We also have a bunch of wild animals, you drive down the road, there wont be one time when you don't see our herd of wild horses. I know once you see this town.. you'll be in L-O-V-E!!!!

The Average Weather Conditions

The weather is not very extreme, as Horse Valley is a temperate zone. In the winter, it gets cold, but not too cold. In the summer, it gets hot, but not too hot. The weather stays the same very often, which is good for the farming community. The average temperature is usually in the range of 66-80 (fall-spring.) degrees fare height. Here is a picture taken by a current resident of a resident
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Is one taken over one of our many soy bean fields.

Population!

Well, as I said before, we are a town where everybody knows everybody. Take that into consideration before you decide not to live here. Our current population is 32 people. Our houses are all different, very wooded lots, and for very cheap. We have everything you need here- airport, school,work,plenty of jobs. But you can read about that later. This is a great place for your family, the elderly, and for kids. So safe! The last crime we had been 25 years ago when someone stole Mrs.Bessie's cow. So now I ask you.. Are you ready to become part of the Horse Valley family? Below is a picture of the population density right now.
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Here are the picture again so you can see them bigger, to get more of a feel to where Horse Valley is.

Plant Life

Most plants here have been growing nonstop. We get lots of rain to fuel these plants, as well as sunlight. Here in Horse Valley, we are all about living about the land! We grow all types of herbs, and crops. We are known for our amazing corn-sometimes you see in the grocery store! We also take pride in our Crepe Myrtles, and large birch trees! Everywhere you look, there is something living.
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This is a picture taken by one of our residents- Grandma Elsie, she enjoys looking at the small sparrows and swallows that and on the birch trees.

Jobs!!

You might be wondering what economic activity Horse Valley has going on. I have the answer to that question! The main jobs that take place at Horse Valley are of course being a Farmer, an animal trainer, tractor repair man, Teacher, and, of course, there corporate offices here, but who does that? Talk about BORE-ING. Everyone in Horse Valley has some sort of animal (pet), and sometimes people will pay you to train their animal if you do well training yours. This is taken very seriously here in Horse Valley. BELOW, you will see one of our many corn farmers ( yes that is the BACHOLER!) They take their work very seriously.
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Landscape

The Landscape at Horse Valley is pretty simple. Every house has at least 2 acres, which is plenty to keep chickens. Their eggs sell for a good price, just for the record. There are plenty of rules on the landscape. I will not go into too much detail about it. Basically, no chopping down trees. Some more about the landscape, it is rather flat, but there are some hills. Other than that the terrain is pretty simple. Below is a picture of the landscape of Horse Valley
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Thank you!

Thanks so so so much for reading. I hope you consider moving here! We'd love to meet you. If you feel interested, come on town and have some Fried Chicken with us!