Ice Cream Sundae – Heads Up Texas, We’re Going To Melt Together

This is where I intend on smuggling Ice Cream and Cones to everybody that shows up in the parking lot of Blue Bunny - I'm not promising it's going to be from Blue Bunny - it' might just be Cedar Crest :-P

This is where I intend on smuggling Ice Cream and Cones to everybody that shows up in the parking lot of Blue Bunny – I’m not promising it’s going to be from Blue Bunny – it’ might just be Cedar Crest 😛

As I look along the route, there aren’t many places that I feel that absolutely NEED to have some sort of special event. However, when you mix the fact that Sundays away from home are depressing times for this blonde girl, Texas is a big exciting state that baffles me in size, and I have this awful fear of not having some sort of entourage, I thought it’s be good to set up an event between Leander and Houston.

The route has already been posted here, I’m going to go awesome places and see some wicked roads, but really, I want to meet some awesome people. In order to do this I’m planning on setting up a “Ice Cream Sunday” at the Blue Belle Creamery in Brenham, TX. Here is a little hitch though, the Creamery isn’t open on Sunday (what sense does that make).

beershotSo in rebellion, I’m planning on making a tour starting from the parking lot of the Blue Belle Creamery (where I will supply ice cream to all who attend) and then we’ll caravan into Houston to have a final destination of Murphy’s Law in Bryan, Texas for buddies,  beer, and happy times

Murphy’s Law”  has not only a German flair, but it also has the potential of everybody in the area getting together and mingle, chat and have an overall pleasant experience. What better way to get in touch with our inner Bavarian than at a German Brew house?

And…maybe we’ll find someplace and somebody for me to stay with in Houston – that ice cream cone is about to melt soon unless I get somebody to step up to the freezer and insert hospitality.

Map, sure – and requests are recommended.

Map  of the route.

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