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Wednesday, August 20, 2008

East Coast Ice Cream TRAILBLAZERS!

My friend Jenny found this article online, check it out east coasters! Connecticut sure has some things goin for it! courtesy of the associated press and Jenny's sweet internet research skills.


A new travel guide to a rocky road. You've heard of winery trails and biking trails andbirding trails. But how about an ice cream trail? Eastern Connecticut has created an official ice creamtrail to guide visitors to the best spots for locallyproduced and often homemade ice cream. A brochure, "Follow the Ice Cream Trail: SundaeDrives," lists 35 places to get scoops, cones, shakes,rainbow sprinkles and hot fudge sauce. It is available online at from the Eastern Regional Tourism District of Connecticut.The list of ice cream shops and stands also offerstips on attractions and activities nearby.

For example, stop in for a treat at Canterbury Cones, onRoute 169, in Canterbury, and then head to nearby Burgess Brook Alpaca Farm. From the 99-year-old IceCream Shoppe, 34 Lyme St. in Old Lyme, take a sidetrip to the Florence Griswold Museum.Near the Mohegan Sun resort and casino, you'll find Ed's Kitchen & Creamery, 884 Norwich New London Road,Route 32, in Uncasville. Or if you're heading to Foxwoods Resort Casino or the Jonathan Edwards Winery,check out Olivia's farm-fresh ice cream, at 240-DNorwich-Westerly Road, Route 2, in North Stonington.- Associated Press

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