Tuesday, December 5, 2023


Biggest Idaho spud?

As we motored up to examine this heavy load a little more closely, one of our (I kid you not) blonde women friends whipped out her camera. With a straight face she exclaimed in her charming, southern drawl, “Well, I’m sure this just can’t be a real potato, can it?”

We’ll let you make that call on your own if you happen to get a little north of Driggs, Idaho.

Photo: R&T DeMaris. PS to Shirley: We love you just the way you are.

Russ and Tiña De Maris
Russ and Tiña De Maris
Russ and Tiña went from childhood tent camping to RVing in the 1980s when the ground got too hard. They've been tutored in the ways of RVing (and RV repair) by a series of rigs, from truck campers, to a fifth-wheel, and several travel trailers. In addition to writing scores of articles on RVing topics, they've also taught college classes for folks new to RVing. They authored the book, RV Boondocking Basics.



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Jim and Sandie (@guest_60766)
12 years ago

Have to love those blondes. They keep life interesting. Idaho is definitely the tater capital.

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