You Know You're Born and Raised in Small-Town Idaho When. . .
During a storm you check the cattle before you check the kids.
You are related to more than half the town.
You can tell the difference between a horse and a cow from a distance.
Your car breaks down outside of town and news of it gets back to town before you do.
Without thinking, you wave to all oncoming traffic.
You don't buy all your vegetables at the grocery store.
You don't put too much effort into hairstyles due to wind and weather.
There's a tornado warning and the whole town is outside watching for it.
The local gas station sells live bait.
You go to the State Fair for your family vacation.
You get up at 5:30 am and go down to the coffee shop.
You're on a first name basis with the county sheriff.
When little smokies are something you serve on special occasions.
You have the number of the Co-op on speed dial.
All your radio-preset buttons are country.