Greenhurst Road turns from pavement to gravel leading to Gott’s Point and Lake Lowell. Steven E. Nelson was fatally beaten there early April 29.
Greenhurst Road turns from pavement to gravel leading to Gott’s Point and Lake Lowell. Steven E. Nelson was fatally beaten there early April 29. John Sowell Idaho Statesman file
Greenhurst Road turns from pavement to gravel leading to Gott’s Point and Lake Lowell. Steven E. Nelson was fatally beaten there early April 29. John Sowell Idaho Statesman file

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