Small Town Food

Way off the beaten path, and I mean w…a…y, you’ll find the little town of Farson Wyoming.  In the heart of this tiny town, in a hundred year old building, stands Farson’s Mercantile.  Their ice cream is awesome, but come with an appetite.  They’re not kidding when they say they are home to the big scoop.  They’re single is what I would equate to most places triples.

I’m not surprised by this wonderful shop out in the middle of nowhere, though how they make enough money to stay in business is beyond me.  These little niche shops exists in almost every small town.  Even the little town I grew up in had one.  They served the best English chips.  I haven’t tasted the like since leaving there.

So don’t be afraid to take the scenic route when traveling.  Small towns may not have all the amenities and name brands cities carry, but the one-of-a-kind shops they do offer are worth the drive.

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About janelleevans

I'm a sleep deprived mother of three. I create young adult novels from the voices in my head.
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