I don’t always go out for ice cream. But, when I do, it’s to Emery’s.
Emery’s began in New Albany, Indiana — their web site is unclear as to whether that was in the 1950s or during the Great Depression. It was bought and moved, lock, stock, and soda fountain, to Corydon, Indiana, just so it would be convenient for me. Okay, I’m lying. But it did move.
Don’t pay any attention to the menu or display of ice cream flavors on the web site — it’s a big fat lie. Truth is, you never know exactly what they’re going to have until you get there. They’re always concocting amazing combinations like chocolate caramel sea salt fudge and who knows what?
They also haven’t updated the pictures; they remodeled and repainted and it’s bee-YOU-tee-ful!
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A WRITING PROMPT FOR YOU: What sweet treat triggers nostalgia in your character?