Thursday, 5 May 2011

Ices

My local ice cream van is Roy's Ices with his 28 great flavours but if I travel to the other side of the bay then I could call by the My-T-Fine. These two vans may even face each other across the water. One in the little coastal village of Bardsea and this one in the seaside resort of Morecambe.

An entry to Signs, Signs

14 comments:

RedPat said...

I have a friend who comes from that area - will have to show him the pic and see if he knows these ice cream dealers! I am sure he does.

Lesley said...

I like this more than our 'Dickie Dee' Ice cream trucks!

Genie said...

I wonder it they play one tune over and over again all day long like the ice cream trucks do over here.

Postcardy said...

There aren't many ice cream trucks here.

Clytie said...

We didn't used to have ice cream trucks until "progress" happened and the city moved to within shouting distance. Now I hear them every warm day.

I like your notion that the two trucks may be facing each other across the water. It sets my imagination on fire!

{Liz} said...

nice!

J Bar said...

Cool.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

jabblog said...

28 flavours of ice cream - my word!

Woody said...

What a neat truck. I believe we have a similarly named ice cream company here in the eastern US.

Lynette Killam said...

That's a sweet little vehicle! ice cream trucks are a great idea...if only they did not play that loud, annoying music endlessly...LOL!

Inger-M said...

I heard of someone who told their kid that when the ice cream truck plays it's tune it means they're out of ice cream, ha, ha! This one looks cute!

Jama said...

Perfect for anytime in my tropical country!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I don't care which side it comes from or what the truck is called, but I wish I had one of what they sell!

Wren said...

I like the idea of two trucks facing each other across the water. Perhaps the drivers wave at each other between the ices.