You know the road that leads from M-25 to Grindstone Corners, our little neck of the woods? It was a dirt and gravel road.
Yes, that’s definitely dirt and gravel.
Bring on the asphalt, please!
Mmm you can smell the progress!
Now that Rybak’s Ice Cream store is open again, Grindstone Corners has come alive. Ann Fisher is the proprietress of this historic and delicious establishment, and people come from all over for the high quality ice cream, the pleasant surroundings and the friendly atmosphere.
Not sure why the church icon is out in the lake, but it’s pretty cute anyway. OMG! The FISH in Grindstone city are as big as a HOUSE!!!
Rybak’s isn’t on the old map, but it is the place to hang this summer.
Come on up- the people are warm and the ice cream is cold, and the road is PAVED!
Grindstone Corners is officially open for business. The first of three planned businesses is going strong! If you’re screaming for ice cream in an amazingly restored original Grindstone Building filled with jewelry, toys, candles, scarves and so much more, along with the tastiest ice cream, you need to stop in to Rybak’s Ice Cream Store.
It’s been a long, hard, $$ journey for the Fishers, but their hard work has paid off beautifully, don’t you think? Let’s watch the progress… (it began way before this first picture)