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Grabill, Indiana: Ice Cream Sundae Boat

A small, real wooden boat has been filled with piles of spray foam to resemble a seaworthy ice cream sundae.

Grabill Dairy Sweet

13305 State St., Grabill, IN
Grabill Dairy Sweet. West edge of town, on the north side of State St./Grabill Rd.
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Ice Cream Sundae Boat.

Ice Cream Sundae Boat

A statue of an ice cream sundae inside of a real boat greets visitors to Grabill Dairy Sweet, a local ice cream shop. There is also a giant beach chair outside where you can sit to enjoy your ice cream.

[Anna, 06/20/2024]

We applaud the shop owner's creative use of spray foam to create a sweet tempest.

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