This is just a fun post for you all 🙂 I hope that you love it! And if you’re from Idaho and can relate…please share with your other Idahoan friends!
You know you are from Idaho when…
…you see a potato truck and an onion truck in the same day.
…you can’t trust the weather forecast because it’s almost always wrong.
…it’s not surprising when you hear that someone hit a deer.
…you think everyone from a big city has an accent.
…you’ve had to switch from heat to a/c (or vice versa) in the same day.
…vacation means that you are taking a trip to Boise.
…you carry jumper cables in your car.
…every vehicle on the road is 4×4.
…you can leave your keys in the car and in the morning…it’s still there!
…you’ve been broken down and someone stops to help you.
…you can see the stars at night.
…you wave to someone because you recognize their vehicle.
…you walk like a penguin at least 5 months out of the year.
…you measure distance in hours.
…you have a set of snow tires for every vehicle you own.
…you like driving in the winter better because the potholes are filled with snow.
…you have a survival kit in your car that would last you several days if needed.
…you know what 4-H is.
…you can choose between paper or plastic at the grocery store.
…instead of waiting for the train to pass, you wait for livestock to pass.
…you think the opening of deer season should be a national holiday.
…you think your town is big if it has a traffic light.
…you drive a 4-wheeler around town.
…your mayor drives a truck instead of a Mercedes.
…you have 1 church to every 100 people in your town.
…you are related to half the town.
…the local gas station sells live bait.
…you wear your boots to church.
…you get upset if someone doesn’t know about the rival between U of I & BSU.
…the only time you’ve experienced a traffic jam is either a) when you are behind 10 other cars waiting to pass a tractor on the highway or b) during the Fiddle Festival in Weiser.