It’s summer; it’s hot, raining, humid, sunny, cloudy — basically everything in the Lake Champlain Valley. We even had an earthquake here (and it’s all the radio hosts can talk about). I digress. Anyway, even with the crazy weather patterns passing over the lake, it is undeniably summer in Vermont. Traveling for work on country roads, I often pass farm stands and ice cream stands and it makes me want ice cream, of course. So, I thought I’d share some more photos of the famous Carl’s Ice Cream in Fredericksburg, VA (which was featured for Preservation Photos #37). After all, what is more summery than a roadside ice cream stand on a hot day? Enjoy!
Happy Summer!! This is the famous Carl’s Ice Cream (c 1947) in Fredericksburg, VA. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Read the nomination here.