"Dangnabbit, NO this land is not for sale!" - These are the first and last words any politician or businessman will hear when they pay Tate Curley a visit. As a descendant of one of the oldest settlers in town, Tate finds himself sitting on a prime piece of real estate right along Main Street. As outside pressure increased, Tate and Esme became introverted and guarded, building walls to keep unwanted visitors out. If someone could only find a way to break through their gruff exterior, a veritable encyclopedia of the town's history and stories of the old west await.
The Curley family is a family that comes with the neighborhood Appaloosa Plains. The family consists of Tate Curley, his wife Esme and their cat Petunia. According to their bio, the family has lived in Appaloosa Plains for a long time and refuses to sell their land to anyone.