this is what it looks like in sweden when peopla are queuing for concert ticketsmust be some extarordinary ice-cream :-)fun photos, thanks for showing and telling!
Hey Lisa,Wow!!! Our local ice cream shop (which stays open all year, but isn't very busy in the cold winter months) was pretty busy the last few days. But camping out, waiting for them to open?? That's taking ice cream seriously!!!! And now...I have this taste for Rocky Road...
That is such fun... and that is devotion to camp out like that! That place has to be good if there are long lines. Go and check it out for us, Lisa... We look forward to your ice cream report. ;o) Happy Weekend ((HUGS))
That must be some great ice cream! I think I would just want to try, because so many people think it´s worth camping in front for. You´re making me hungry for some right now!
absolutely. when the dairy queen opens.
Camping out for ice cream is too funny. I guess you have to be there. You'll have to try it, Lisa, and give us a report.
man, i thought *I* was addicted to ice cream!
That is just crazy, people outside all night for ice-cream... nuts!
Not too many sings here so far, I stil have a beachball size snow pile on my front lawn.......beautiful
THat must be some dddeeelicious cream. I have never seen anyone wait in tents for icecream. Funny.
I love this! I've never seen anyone camping out for ice cream, but what a wonderful idea. Even better is the fact that they all get ice cream for breakfast. My kids would love that!
what. you're kidding. really? no way....
I've seen lines like that on opening night at the theater, but only there
That is AWESOME! People are sure devoted to their ice cream aren't they? :)The only sign of spring 'round here is that the snow is melting. It's unseasonably early though so I am still expecting a few cold snaps and snow burials before the "real" spring shows up. I'll keep you posted. ;)
They must have good ice cream for customers to camp out! WOW!
Oh yeah, all over the place. But I've never seen people camping outside an ice cream shop. I'd love to know the story behind that tradition.