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Tucked away in Lehi is this little place I can only think to describe as a ‘town.’ What I believe it may have been was an attraction for kids which featured some kind of western motif with particular uses for each building. One may have been a jail, another a blacksmith, possibly with characters.
Most of them are filled with junk now, some equally antique, but it is clear that this place has been sitting vacant for awhile. I spoke with an old man who apparently watches over it and he said that it is frequented by vandals and the like, so I will not divulge its location.
I believe that many young children walked through the center of this place with legs bowed and hands at their sides ready to draw, imaging the tinkle of spurs on their heels.