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  • Small boy meets big Idaho potato

    Meet Jacob Walker, who may be the world's tiniest boy. He has an outsized love affair with the Great Big Idaho Potato Truck. He'll ride in the truck for the National Memorial Day Parade at Arlington National Cemetery. Read the Capitol Press story about Jacob Saturday at IdahoStatesman.com .

Meet Jacob Walker, who may be the world's tiniest boy. He has an outsized love affair with the Great Big Idaho Potato Truck. He'll ride in the truck for the National Memorial Day Parade at Arlington National Cemetery. Read the Capitol Press story about Jacob Saturday at IdahoStatesman.com . Provided by the Idaho Potato Commission
Meet Jacob Walker, who may be the world's tiniest boy. He has an outsized love affair with the Great Big Idaho Potato Truck. He'll ride in the truck for the National Memorial Day Parade at Arlington National Cemetery. Read the Capitol Press story about Jacob Saturday at IdahoStatesman.com . Provided by the Idaho Potato Commission

Tiny boy has special relationship with Idaho’s big potato truck as it tours

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