after all. . .what’s not to love.. .
yummy, delicious, creamy frozen creations. . .
all under one roof. . .fabulous!
so. . .although we’ve been for the tour several times,
when the gang wanted to go. . .we were definitely onboard for the ride!
the lovely Blue Bells that the creamery is named for. . .
grow wild in fields around Texas in the summertime. . .
I admit to being an ice cream snob. . .
so when I go to an ice cream social at the RV Park,
if it’s not Blue Bell.. .I just do without. . .seriously!
Ben & Jerry’s or Haagen Daz will fill the bill. . .
but they are so pricey, I’m usually too cheap to spring for them. . .
so when we are out of state, I just had to be deprived. . .
Fortunately, Blue Bell has been branching out. . .
and we found Blue Bell as far north as a
Walgreens in Pennsylvania last summer. . .YES!
I fell in love with all the art
displayed throughout the museum area. . .
I hope you enjoyed it as well. . .
and of course to end the tour. . .
Dave needed to ham it up with Belle. . .can’t take that man anywhere
Another wonderful day spent with RV friends. . . life is good!
Til next time,
Janice and Dave
Read more Blue Bell Creamery Stories and see more pics here:
Ed’s RV Tips – Ed Hurlburt’s Blog
Debi’s RV Cooking – Debi Hurlburt’s Blog
The Suite Life – Janice & Rick’s Blog
If you’ve done the Blue Bell Creamery Tour,
send me the link. . .
I’d love to share your story. . .