Happy Cow Ice Cream and Desserts turns two

Dan Worth and Wendy Lyn are two happy cows as they celebrate turning two.

Dan Worth and Wendy Lyn celebrated their two years of business owning Happy Cow Ice Cream and Desserts while at the Wapiti Music Festival.

Those aren’t wind chimes you’re hearing on the summer streets of Fernie; it’s the sound of Happy Cow ice cream carts taking cool treats to the streets.

Dan Worth and Wendy Lyn celebrated their two years of business owning Happy Cow Ice Cream and Desserts while at the Wapiti Music Festival. “We’re two happy cows. We’re two today,” said Lyn on Saturday, August 10.

All their ice creams are homemade with no artificial fillers, flavours or food colourings and they even roll their own waffle cones. Their raspberry popsicles are made with raspberries. Their cookies and cream ice cream has chunks of homemade cookies.

Worth and Lyn toured all around B.C. looking for the perfect place to move to from the east coast of Canada. They picked Fernie. We’re sure glad they did.

 

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