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    The Ice Cream Store Challenge

    My friend and I went for a ride yesterday just to enjoy the great weather. We choose to go to Murrayville (first time) and low and behold they had an Ice Cream store. An ice cream store in such a small town is a blessing and completes any good ride.



    What treat do you look for on your rides?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJM2096 View Post
    What treat do you look for on your rides?




    But I'm still waiting... I've never seen this treat any where NEAR my bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeod View Post


    But I'm still waiting... I've never seen this treat any where NEAR my bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeod View Post


    But I'm still waiting... I've never seen this treat any where NEAR my bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJM2096 View Post
    What treat do you look for on your rides?
    Doughnuts

    and

    Bacon

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    Quote Originally Posted by knary View Post
    Doughnuts

    and

    Bacon
    Or bacon donuts?



    When traveling to or through Costa Mesa, CA, Oh Those Donuts are the best donuts to be had.
    The best, period. Don't even bother replying.

    When riding to or through Bakersfield, Dewar's is a world-class ice cream parlor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNC1923 View Post
    Or bacon donuts?



    When traveling to or through Costa Mesa, CA, Oh Those Donuts are the best donuts to be had.
    The best, period. Don't even bother replying.

    When riding to or through Bakersfield, Dewar's is a world-class ice cream parlor.
    I'll admit to being a doughnut heathen. So long as it isn't the horror known as Dunkin' Donuts, I'll be happy.


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    These are the best donuts in the world, hands down. This little shop is on Jackson Street in Paducah, Kentucky and worth a detour to try. They open at 5 a.m. daily, and stay open until they run out.
    My favorite are the lemon filled. They also have blueberry filled, custard, creme, long johns, and coconut donuts! MMMM!! The streaked lights in this photo are beams of light from heaven showing God's favor on this donut shop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mandypants View Post
    These are the best donuts in the world, hands down. This little shop is on Jackson Street in Paducah, Kentucky and worth a detour to try. They open at 5 a.m. daily, and stay open until they run out.
    My favorite are the lemon filled. They also have blueberry filled, custard, creme, long johns, and coconut donuts! MMMM!! The streaked lights in this photo are beams of light from heaven showing God's favor on this donut shop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by knary View Post
    I'll admit to being a doughnut heathen. So long as it isn't the horror known as Dunkin' Donuts, I'll be happy.
    AS IF there where such a thing as bad doughnuts
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    Quote Originally Posted by SheRidesABeemer View Post
    AS IF there where such a thing as bad doughnuts
    There are. Dunkin Donuts are evil throat closing moisture destroying chokers. Blech. I've mixed concrete that was more delicate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJM2096 View Post
    My friend and I went for a ride yesterday just to enjoy the great weather. We choose to go to Murrayville (first time) and low and behold they had an Ice Cream store. An ice cream store in such a small town is a blessing and completes any good ride.

    What treat do you look for on your rides?
    I've been staying away from the sweets seriously, for the past 4 months, but I do have a soft spot (no pun intended) for good homemade ice cream. PJ's Ice Cream Parlor, in Middleburgh, NY (Schoharie Cty) hit the spot several times last summer and I may make a (few?) return visit(s).

    Quote Originally Posted by knary View Post
    I'll admit to being a doughnut heathen. So long as it isn't the horror known as Dunkin' Donuts, I'll be happy.
    How can you have a thread called the 2008 Get-in-Shape/Weight Loss thread and be a Donut devotee at the same time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tessler View Post
    How can you have a thread called the 2008 Get-in-Shape/Weight Loss thread and be a Donut devotee at the same time?
    What can I say? I'm a complicated guy.

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