A snowbird shows photos from southwest Florida (Naples) and southwest Connecticut (Ridgefield) and New England and other places he goes.
I agree, although I used to work at a Baskin-Robbins in high school.i got a kick out of your comment on Julie's blog yesterday about the CEO drummer. We have a good friend who is the retired CEO of our local natural gas utility who played rock guitar when he was young, although today I think he has more of a collection of guitars on display in his house than actually using the guitars to continue to play.
I so agree Jack, the icecream always seems to taste much creamier. We have one down Margaret River way and it is so popular for exactly that reason.
Really cool Jack! Love ice cream.
thats a pretty fancy farm!
I couldn't agree more. I have fond memories of a local dairy where I grew up. They old fashioned soda fountain was a favorite spot for a bit of ice cream.
Anytime you like! The cow makes it even more attractive!
Looks like a kid's dream come true and surely many adult's too.
I do agree about the ice cream; and what a fun, colorful cow! I love it! Fun shots for the day! Hope your week is going well!Sylvia
It always seems to taste better! Great- looking building too.
It's a cutest cow I've ever seen! Even nicer than the Milka's purple one:)
I can't understand anyone who'd rather eat the chemical stuff than real local dairy ice-cream.
A painted cow in front of a dairy makes some sort of sense. But the best ice cream in the world come from the little dairy in Texas - Blue Bell ice cream. Can't be beat! Sorry, A.C. Petersen.
i try to eat at locally owned restaurants and avoid chains when I can. this looks like a great place.
That's my kind of cow!
I'm with you. However, I think that cow needs some exercise.
I have already seen a bovine this morning...
We have some great local ice cream in KC as well.
Two bits of trivia(l) info: Even though Petersen's no longer makes their own ice cream, they still serve locally made (Guida's). The cow was part of the 2007 Cow Parade, which was West Hartford's second parade. It's the smallest town to get a parade, never mind a second one! (There's reportedly a local connection to the operation)And Guida's has their own cow, too. The first parade's "Cover Cow" as a matter of fact.
Post a Comment