1. Sista Di said:

    sounds like a fun time! That’s a sweet photo of lil Emma 🙂

    August 31, 2008
  2. Donna Webster said:

    I found my own little ice cream heaven off the beaten path in Raleigh.
    I usually indulge with a scoop after meeting up with my cycling group for a weekend morning ride. It’s the neatest little roadside store with fresh vegetables sold outside and inside is the homemade ice cream. I usually get the chocolate mint chip but it was a toss up today between the Carolina Crunch and Mango but the Mango won out. They have picnic benches outside to sit and enjoy on so it was the perfect start to a day.

    September 1, 2008
  3. pietyhill said:

    Emma is kinda cunnin’, isn’t she?

    I think a weekend ride merits a scoop… or a half gallon, in my case. I love mango ice cream. What’s Carolina Crunch?

    September 1, 2008
  4. Gdaddy said:

    (Wolfeboro) Lake Winnipesaukee is the site of my baptism in 1979. I didn’t know there was ice cream close by. I may have celebrated with a half gallon or two had I know……

    September 3, 2008
  5. pietyhill said:

    Actually, I didn’t mention it, but there are historical plaques all over New England… George Whitefield Preached Here, Home of Jonathan Edwards, Site of the First Baptist Church in the United States… stuff like that. Down at the town wharf in Wofeboro, at the park, there’s a monument commemorating the baptism of Pat, right there by the Brewster Academy.

    September 4, 2008

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