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April 24, 2019


Big Idaho Potato turned into a hotel

(Thanks to pharmaross and Matt Filar)


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Key quote: Based on the success of her other tiny houses we had no doubt the Big Idaho Potato Hotel could eventually become one of the biggest attractions in Idaho

Once you have seen one Snake River canyon you have seen them all, I guess.

Could retired Weinermobiles be turned into tiny homes for rent?

Didn't Dave write a column or otherwise report on that potato when it was making its cross-country tour?

A one room hotel where you have to get dressed to go pee? OK, if you say so.

Ladies staying there need to watch out for mashers.

I've been looking for a new place to vacation this summer. A few weeks ago I did a search on things to do in Idahao. They said they'd get back to me.

I wonder if she would be able to convert a sewage pumping station from North Dakota?

When you want to spend a night with a root over your head.

It would be a lot more fun if it was Julienne-shaped.

If you want the penthouse suite, it's pronounced "po-TAH-to".

No windows. I'd much prefer if it was converted into waffle fries. Honeymoon destination to make tater tots.

Would make for a romantic honeymoon.

Are the stars out tonight
I don't know if it's cloudy or bright
I only have eyes for you dear
sha bop sha bop

This spud's for you.

Haiku -

Dinner question at
Big Idaho Potato
No fries will be served.

Looks like a giant turd to me!

This is nothing compared to the world famous Potato World in Florenceville New Brunswick (“French Fry Capital of the World”).

Instead of the usual mint on the pillow, guests will receive butter, sour cream, & chives.

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