East Winds serves soft serve. The large cone is probably 8 or more inches above the edge of the cone.
For those in the know, East Winds in Cascade Locks has mega cones. Even the small are almost too large for one person. We like to take “new folks” for ice cream, and drive up the gorge from Camas to there. We told one individual “GET THE SMALL!” Nope, she had to have the large. She took one bite, and the rest promptly hit the ground. “We told you!!!”
I learned how to spell that when I was 13! Been fighting the RA since then!
I need to go get a blue ray player so I can watch the DVD’s (no blue ray discs) of the old Bugs disks I have. Non edited but the disclaimer of different times and things were looked at differently than the watered down version of today.
In my much younger days I used to play guide for airmen that wanted to experience a wilderness hike. 3 to 5 days back packing. We would park the truck, pack up the mountain. After reaching mid point they always asked when we were going to turn around and go back. Never!!!! Meh hhahahahahah!!! They were always amazed when we walked back to the truck from the opposite direction from where we left. 3 to 5 day walk in a circle!
I lived in Sun Valley, ID. Most homes had saunas and or hot tubs. Noting better than to sit in a hot tub while either snowing so hard you can’t see 15 feet, or so foggy you can’t see at all. Both are so quiet. I liked to turn the jets off to listen to the silence!
Fifteen hundred years ago everybody knew the Earth was the center of the universe. Five hundred years ago, everybody knew the Earth was flat, and fifteen minutes ago, you knew that humans were alone on this planet. Imagine what you’ll know tomorrow. (MIB)
We didn’t get a TV until 1970. Saturday mornings we looked forward to all week long. We could watch whatever we wanted on the two channels we received as long as we didn’t wake mom or dad. 1974 we started getting PBS and the final network station. Cable was non existent until well after I left home. We lived too far out in the boonies!
Nothing until Sept 29, day before 63 BD. Ruptured the left foot fascia tendon. I N C R E D I B L E P A I N ! Two and a half months later, I still can’t put a shoe on.