IDAHO FALLS, Idaho -- Members of the Idaho board that helps market the state's potatoes are spending the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks remembering the big lunch they
had planned for the next day in the World Trade Center.
The Idaho Falls Post Register reports former Idaho Potato Commission board member Jeff Raybould of St. Anthony was getting ready for his flight to New York City on the morning of Sept. 11.
His clothing was laid out on his bed when his wife called him to the television in the next room.
They watched as the second plane hit the World Trade Center's south tower.
Nobody in the Windows on the World restaurant, where the Idaho Potato Commission was due to hold its event, survived.