In the Teton Valley are so many properties that has grazing land for horses around there wooden houses. They are usually fenced with simple natural fences, as we have seen them again and again in the national parks.
And, of course, many Americans have a flag pole in the garden. I had to capture these typical features for Idaho and the USA in a few pictures.
We noticed that the horses were in very good shape everywhere. They also seem to be used a lot, almost on every horse farm were also large trailers, in which usually several horses could be transported. In addition, each village in the valley had signposted a rodeo‐square.
Each walk through »our« road led us along these fences and the wooden houses.