Wyoming – The collapse of the housing market is not just a suburban phenomenon. It is even having impacts on rural communities. In Teton County, Idaho, just over the mountains from Jackson Hole, many subdivisions were created during the boom. So many that some say it could take close to 300 years before there's enough demand to build on all of them. As Rebecca Huntington reports, now the county isn't thinking build, build, build. It's starting to think about sustainable growth.