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June 02, 2011


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Thanks for the mention! Taggarts is definitely on my short list - my wife's family lives near Canton, so it should be easy to check off the list!

Dominique King

Joe-Thanks for stopping by! Several local folks in Canton highly recommended going to Taggart's for a Bittner sundae, so we did. Homemade ice cream mixed in with chocolate sauce and the salty pecans on top made for a great combo.

Jessica Nunemaker

What? Ohio is so not the ice cream capital of the world! ;)

Indiana summers are so hot...we Hoosiers can't live without the stuff!!! Ha ha!

Thanks for the Indiana wind farm love. Those babies are monsters!

Dominique King

Jessica-I was pretty sure someone would come by and contest Ohio's claim as ice cream capital of the universe. Michigan has some pretty great ice cream as well :)
I'm always curious about those wind farms, so I appreciated a little background on how they worked.

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