Our lengthy drive into Teton park each day not only passes through a canyon with the Snake River, it rolls past the most interesting barn.
You understand, this is Jackson Hole country, so 9 out of every 10 buildings are built of wood…and most are logs…and I know, barns are usually built of wood.
It’s the first thing we see as we catch the edge of Jackson…and the last thing on the way out of town.
We stopped for a minute and talked with the owner and one of his daughters, as they did a little work on another out-building and finished up chores for the horses they own and a couple they board.
Yes, it’s new, but there are many, many new houses that don’t look to be so lovingly and proudly crafted.