The local snow cone stand. We don’t get much snow in Central Texas, so might as well make it ourselves and eat it. http://susanrudat.blogspot.com/
I just gotta know: what is in “Blood & Guts” and “Worm’s Guts” and “Sponge Bob” if you happen to remember?
MMMMM1 All that ice cream. If you want some snow, Susan, you are welcome to some of ours. Alternatively you can get in the mood as Cambridge University have just completed a huge project to put 20,000 polar expedition photos on line.
hello susan! just like trebor : MMMMM! for the ice cream!!!
(and for the drawing obviously!)
It’s not exactly ice cream. It’s shaved ice (like snow) in a paper cone with flavored syrup. Usually VERY sweet, but perfectly refreshing on scortching hot days. Thanks for the comments.
I think snow cones aren’t as popular as they once were. Then of course there are slurpees. When I was little I had the Snoopy snow cone machine. Now you only seem to see them at fairs and carnivals and that sort of thing. My problem with them was that the syrup would go to the bottom and so some of the ice wasn’t flavored. One thing you would really like in NYC, they have Icee stands that people wheel around. So it’s more like a snowcone but a lot more ground up. Cherry is my favorite one. And they are really so good in the summer!
I like these drawings of yours of little roadside buildings, they always have really fun little details.
Do people often tell you that your drawings make you feel like you’re in a story by Samuel Beckett?
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