Friday, July 29, 2011
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Friday, July 8, 2011
A) - they have CMP's. If you're from coal country, you know what that is. If not, then get yourself to the Sundae School and try it!
The ice cream is thick and rich and comes in the standard flavors as well as a slew of creative flavors - red velvet cake (ohmygosh-had it-sooooo good!), birthday cake, cotton candy, almond joy, Playdough (looks like mulit colored Playdough!) Kids will love all the fun, different flavors to choose from.
Then of course, there are the standards - with many different variations - like butter pecan; there are at least 3 different versions of butter pecan.
They also have soft serve ice cream that blows away Dairy Queen soft serve!
Ice cream cakes, ice cream sandwiches, frozen bananas, OH! And they even have fudge people!
It might be a bit of a drive for some people but let me tell you why it's worth it: All the standard flavors PLUS really creative flavors - so much to choose from! Great sundae combinations. Super nice staff. Family owned. Great parking. Picnic area outside to eat.
There is also a feeling of nostalgia and comfort as soon as you walk in the door. And I promise you - once you've been there - it will become a tradition.
Perkasie, PA 18944
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
'Aussie' Carla here. All the way from grazing country, rural NSW, Australia - which, in case you haven't been reading Miss Laura's blog regularly (BIG slap on the wrist if you have not ;-) happens to be her second most favourite country in the entire world - after the US of A, of course!
I keep saying to her: "Come visit me here in Australia! You know you want to! We must cook and dance to silly music videos!"
But it looks like I am going to have to wait for her Hose for Happiness campaign to be as successful as I know it will be, and she makes a Presidential visit Down Under.
Which would be kinda cool, when it happens, as we don't get too many visits from leaders of the Free World here on the farm.
Which, I have to say, is a real shame.
I mean, look at this pic (below). There is instant relaxation in these 'ere hills. Fresh grass, singing birds, cuddly animals….
This IS happiness central!
Come on! What is NOT to smile about these happy sheepy faces?
So here's Martha's (left) message to all her (would-be-if-they-knew-her) American fans:
"Chill! Enjoy life! Be Happy!"
Oh, and vote 1 - Laura Freed :-)