After a wonderful ride this is a pretty nice place to stop. [url]www.kelleycountrycreamery.com[/url].
They are a family run farm that has started a creamery. They take the milk straight from their cows and turn it into frozen dairy treats. The driveway can be a bit of a Lt headache, but worth the slow entrance and exit. On our trip we sampled from the Sundae menu the Farmer's Wife and Top of the Mornin' and both were very good. (re-edited)
This link didn't work for me. Just wondering where in the midwest you're talking about.
Ahh. Found it under kelley.
Looks like there's a 'y' left out:
Fond Du Lac, WI
Opps!!! thanks! I was typing in a bit of a hurry before heading off to work.
Holy cats, how does one choose from a list of flavors like that?
Do they have them all available every day?
I'm not sure. I think they rotate the flavors around. There were quite few in the case to choose from. We were saw the Sundae menu 1st and when we got to the counter then saw all the flavors of ice cream to choose from. Either way it was really good ice cream.
Hey all: we have a family run diary in this area that makes their own Ice cream and cheese's. It's called Country Diary, and it's located on Oceana drive just south of Shelby Mich. They have home made ice cream soups, and sandwich's and have just opened a pizza parlor. Everything is made with their own dairy products, it's fresh, service is fast, price's are reasonable. Did I mention that there is some pretty decent riding in the area as well? Hmmm.. do I detect a new thread for this subject? Vaya con Dios, Dutch