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September 20, 2012 / Food Follower

Running and Ice Cream

Today was such a beautiful day, so I decided to run to Atkins for the fourth time this semester. It only took me 29 minutes, which is 3 minutes faster than my old record. (It’s roughly 4 miles to Atkins from my college campus). I don’t know if it was the ice cream that I was going to eat after that motivated me or just that I am in better shape now. I want to say it’s the latter, but my probability class tells me it is the former.

I ordered a “kid” sized sundae which consisted of soft-serve maple nut ice cream with loads of hot fudge and walnuts. I put “kid” in quotation marks because the sundae size could easily pass for a medium. But trust me, I am not complaining.

And here is a picture of campus. Doesn’t it look so serene?

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  1. myhealthyohana / Sep 20 2012 9:02 pm

    Maple nut ice cream sounds delicious – perfect for fall! I would run for ice cream any day ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Food Follower / Sep 20 2012 10:13 pm

      It was so good! They even made it on the spot mixing in the maple nut flavor into vanilla ice cream.

      • myhealthyohana / Sep 20 2012 10:20 pm

        Wow, that’s really cool that they make it on the spot! I went to an evening farmer’s market recently and they had ice creams made from local ingredients – passionfruit, mango. I was so tempted, but I hadn’t eaten dinner yet…definitely going back next week and having ice cream for dinner ๐Ÿ™‚

      • Food Follower / Sep 20 2012 10:23 pm

        I hope it tastes just as wonderful as it sounds!

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