Limping from knee surgery, Frank VanderSloot rushed to his car to retrieve his cowboy hat for this photo. Having the common touch is key to his success, says Debra Lish, who sells Melaleuca and raises horse in Pocatello: "He's just like us."
Limping from knee surgery, Frank VanderSloot rushed to his car to retrieve his cowboy hat for this photo. Having the common touch is key to his success, says Debra Lish, who sells Melaleuca and raises horse in Pocatello: "He's just like us." Katherine Jones / kjones@idahostatesman.com
Limping from knee surgery, Frank VanderSloot rushed to his car to retrieve his cowboy hat for this photo. Having the common touch is key to his success, says Debra Lish, who sells Melaleuca and raises horse in Pocatello: "He's just like us." Katherine Jones / kjones@idahostatesman.com

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