Escaped to the other side of the mountains, it was sunny and it seemed like a great March morning for brunch consisting of coffee and ice cream. We also got some Cougar Gold Cheese while we were there. They were busy, lots of other dairy lovers, in and out. This was the friendly guy, serving us inside the store...when I saw him come down to make a phone call, I asked him for a photo in front of the truck. He told me they are busy year around and have people come from the world over to buy the products made by the school's students who are learning to make cheese.