Sunday, May 22, 2011

Mr. B's Big Scoop Ice Cream Parlor

19 comments:

brattcat said...

what did you get?

Jack said...

Um, maybe Ocala doesn't have a taste for big ice cream . . .

Randy said...

I like these places better than a bar! Bring on the scoops!

Memphis MOJO said...

I like to mix at least two flavors together! Yumm.

Kate said...

Looks like a nice spot to stop and slurp!

uncertainhorizon said...

makes me want ice cream.

Marie said...

I am glad I cannot have any of these ice-creams or else I would have too many of them!

cieldequimper said...

Had there been a white parasol as well, you'd have had an Italian flag which would be oh so appropriate for the best ice-cream in the world.

Jim Klenke said...

I guess if its a big scoop, you dont have to get a double dip.

Amin said...

Beautiful place...

Sharon said...

When it comes to ice cream, a big scoop is a great idea.

Irredento Urbanita said...

The place looks so great and so quiet.

Regards

Valery

Barcelona Daily Photo

Small City Scenes said...

Jubilee black cherry, please---two scoops. And thank you. MB

JM said...

The umbrellas look like the Portuguese flag! :-)
The new header is fantastic!

Charlotte said...

Looks like a very nice place. Would like to sit there and eat a big ice-cream!
The city is Sundsvall. Very beautiful city. Built in 1621. Most of the city burned down in 1888, and after that it was rebuild, mainly in stone. It's beautifully maintained and very clean. Appr 100.000 people lives in Sundsvall.
Your family came from the Southern parts of Sweden. Very beautiful landscapes in both Värmland and around Jönköping. You should go there - everybody speaks English, so you don't have to understand Swedish. Stockholm is an amazing city!
I hope you're enjoying your evening!
Tiger says purr to Hayley-:)

Lois said...

I'll take a couple of those big scoops!

Birdman said...

Looks like quite a morning for you... ice cream for breakfast?

magiceye said...

so pretty!
beautifully composed!

EG Wow said...

Very attractive setting!

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