Instead of a brown, potato-like surface, this year’s Fourth Annual Idaho Potato Drop “GlowTato” will be translucent and lit from the inside.
Instead of a brown, potato-like surface, this year’s Fourth Annual Idaho Potato Drop “GlowTato” will be translucent and lit from the inside. Dana Oland doland@IdahoStatesman.com
Instead of a brown, potato-like surface, this year’s Fourth Annual Idaho Potato Drop “GlowTato” will be translucent and lit from the inside. Dana Oland doland@IdahoStatesman.com

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