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Wednesday, 07 January 2015

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caninecologne

Now this is the type of ice cream place I'd rather visit than the soul-less Cold Stone. I much prefer smaller mom and pop places. I like that they have a mix of standard and not-so-standard flavors (that sweetcorn raspberry sounds intriguing).

Just wondering if the Sundae named "The Criminal" is a nod to the Yuma High School mascot?

janfrederick

That sweetcorn raspberry sounds intriguing.

Ed (from Yuma)

Most of the odd flavors I've tried, cc and jan, have been tasty. The sweetcorn raspberry is good and is usually a choice there.

It is a local operation, so cc, the criminal sundae is for Yuma High (go Crims), the raider for Cibola, and the king for KOFA (named after the King of AZ mine).

Soo H

WoW! That is a cool looking ice cream shop! I stopped going to Cold Stone when they stopped giving out the free birthday ice cream...

caninecologne

Ah, thank you for the info! Very cool to know! One of my co-workers is a "Crim".

Ed (from Yuma)

Soo, as a general rule I try to avoid large chains and prefer local operations. Of course, I'm sure somebody has probably already suggested that Solano's sets up franchises.

Not a native Yuman, cc, I have had to learn these things. A good friend just stated teaching at Yuma High, so that's the reason for "go Crims."

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