Ice Cream Safari

I don't know if I've ever fully expressed my love of ice cream on this blog, but trust me...it's a very big thing in my world! (We also have an amazing thing called frozen custard here that I love with all my heart!) When I saw this amazing and super cute (and free) printable, I knew I was meant to begin my own Ice Cream Safari!




{photos courtesy of hotcakes}

Seriously cute right? This is my kind of "summer workbook" for sure!

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Bridget said...

I seriously need this!! Too bad I am quite disappointed with the ice cream selection in Champaign-Urbana. Chains, chains, and more chains. We have two local custard places, but to be honest, they don't even come close to the amazing custard in Milwaukee. My ice cream excitement typically comes from the grocery store, or McDonalds because they are $.49 cones :) Hey, I guess this could still work from the store, right? I mean, there are about a bazillion yummy varieties to try!

Leslie said...

Oh, this rocks!! I will be printing out today. Wish I had a photograph of the 4th of July Dairy Queen Disaster, when Mike ended up wearing the Chocolate-Dipped-in-Cherry cone that I was unable to keep in my grip! Doh! The kids will love doing this!

Karri said...

FUN!!!!
Although I politely disagree about frozen custard. I think I am one of the only native WI-ites who thinks its gross ;)

southern daze said...

How fun & SO perfect for you! Can't wait to see how yours looks at the end of the summer :-)

Jackie G said...

Perfect post for National Ice Cream day coming up on Sunday! Maybe you should set Sunday aside to do an entire safari!! We might have a few little ice cream activities and field trips up our sleeve!!! and I'm not a huge custard gal either, I mean I like it, but I seriously just LOVE mcdonald's vanilla cones (and the price makes them even better!)

Spotgirl said...

Thanks for the shout-out, Heather! Enjoy!!

Jen said...

Yum! Every time I've spotted a frozen custard place since leaving WI, I've made a scene about HAVING to stop. The only thing is, and I know this is odd, that I most enjoy ice cream and especially custard more when it's cold. Too thick and sticky for hot days, in my opinion. Those days are made for popsicles!

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