Raising a Farmer

Alot of work but always room for laughter

The best Ice Cream Stand

on July 15, 2016

Ice Cream is celebrated all summer long, not just in July.  There is nothing better than ice cream on a hot summer day.  Summer and ice cream go hand in hand.  It’s like peas and carrots.  Bacon and eggs.  Cookies and milk.  Summer and ice cream are meant to be together.

Through out summer, small town festivals are gathering and putting in endless hours to ensure their festival is the best it can be.  Bowlus Fun Day was another successful year this year.  One of the stands at the Bowlus Fun Day is the Ice Cream Stand.  Benny and Judy Zapzalka along with their children and grandchildren hand scoop gallons and gallons of ice cream throughout the day.  How many gallons of ice cream are hand scooped during the day?  The magic number is 68 gallons of ice cream!!  68 gallons of ice cream are hand scooped until the last gallon is gone into the night.  Lines of kids patiently waiting for their hand scooped ice cream.  Maybe a root beer float is what they are looking for to gain reprieve from the summer July heat.  They have them in the ice cream stand too.

The Zapzalka’s work tirelessly all day together.  Someone is checking on the ice cream.  Making sure all the flavors are stocked in the freezer.  Someone is scooping ice cream.  Someone is taking orders.  Working as quickly as they can to ensure the best ice cream is given out.  There is nothing better than hand scooped ice cream!  When the fireworks start they are still in the ice cream stand catching a few of the beautiful bright lights together.  Thank you Zapzalka Family for dishing up the best hand scooped ice cream and always having a smile!    IMG_9711[1]


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