A food story

A food story

July 25, 2010

Journal

So, we went to Fremont for the northern Sommerer reunion. It’s a smaller affair than Heit’s Point, but the food is no less delicious. I piled my plate high with homemade goodness.

Lloyd's plate wasn't nearly as pretty.

We left around 3 o’clock, and stopped at a Zesto’s ice cream parlor in Wahoo on the way home. Zesto’s is a chain ice cream franchise that is big in the Midwest, and this one had a 50’s vibe. There were a bunch of Harley Davidson bikers there, but I think they came for the ice cream – not to serve as decorations.

Look at that pink Cadillac bench.

Coming around full circle in our food journey, I’d like to take you back to the park were we had lunch with the Sommerer’s. The park restrooms had recently been redone. Last summer there wasn’t any toilet paper, but this summer they provided toilet paper and a new prison toilet. I felt like a high-class felon using this facility.

Awesome does not begin to describe the experience.

I photoshopped out the swear words on the wall. You're welcome.

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Lauren Sommerer is a preschool teacher who likes to build prototypes, grow cats, cook things once, save money, reduce, reuse and recycle.

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8 Responses to “A food story”

  1. Brad Said on:

    At least you didn’t have to worry about someone breaking the toilet off the wall and attacking you with it…

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  2. Karla Said on:

    That ice cream shop sorta looks like the place in Indy where I got my tattoo. That had a 50 vibe to it as well. Does that place do tats in a back room?

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  3. Lloyd Said on:

    The urinal in the boys restroom looks like the one on the Death Star.

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  4. Annette Said on:

    Two very interesting memories of the reunion!

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  5. Lauren'a mom Said on:

    That is a BEE-U-tiful plate of food. Makes me hungry just looking at it.

    Reply

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