Ever heard of Kimberly, Oregon? It's okay if you haven't, the population is currently 0, with 150 people within a 10 mile radius.
I'm Nate (38, I spent most of my life in Kimberly and wanted to be like my hero (grandpa Tom) when I grew up, I love fishing and tacos).
The gal next to me is Julie (34, she wanted to be a fighter pilot when she grew up, but the recruiter told her, "If you do that you likely won't have a family." so instead she chose to be a wife and mom. (good choice :)) Julie loves fishing and tacos)
The girls are Olivia (9, she wants to be an adventurer and horse trainer when she grows up, she loves fishing and tacos) and Millie (6, she wants to be a farmer when she grows up, she loves to adventure and horses as well, oh and of course she also loves fishing and tacos).
Kimberly has been a part of my family for five generations since my Great-Grandpa Patrick purchased the land we live on in 1949. Along with my Grandpa Tom they brought thousands of sheep here and raised sheep here for two decades before switching to cattle.
Kimberly is an unincorporated town along the picturesque John Day River Valley and this property wasn't actually their first choice, if you've ever heard of Cotton Wood Canyon State Park, that was. Patrick had everything ready for the purchase of that ranch and the owner never showed at the bank in The Dalles, so they kept looking the Cimmiyotti family was selling this property.