We've lived here for almost 3 years... this little place is literally a block away from our house- we drive by it daily and our first time here was on our Girls Day. It's amazing, so we had to take the boys. The SnoQueen is the bomb.com
If you're ever in the area, it's worth a trip there. The lady who runs it is the sweetest, there are a million flavors (however if you ask me- try the Arnold Palmer!), and it legit melts in your mouth like ice cream. Best $2 I've spent in a long time!
This day also marked the anniversary of our Oompa's (Great Grandfather) passing. The kids loved him and still do... we pass his cemetery almost daily, and they all so HI OOMPA as we pass. And his legacy of the Duffy Moon shall carry on. I have a special piece of his chalk saved for special times and to use with my future grand children. (A duffy moon, for those who don't know- is a small circle on the top of your hand made from a white piece of chalk. If you received one, you knew you were special and doing something good)
The man was always singing, and I am beyond grateful that we got a chance to live down here and capture some of him and his songs on video. Since the kids were so young at his passing, there memories are from our stories, photos and these videos.