A day traveling through New Hampshire exploring some of the smaller towns and eateries.
New Zealand: Tirau giant metal dog ice-cream store.
During a tour around the USA in 2007 / 2008 I had got attached to visiting roadside attractions such as 80 foot high Holstein cows and 40 foot long otters. These tended to be the creation of desperate individuals trying to attract tourists to remote and desolate locations, primarily in the mid-western States.
Well in Tirau, New Zealand, some enterprising local had similar intentions. Using their ingenuity, corrugated steel and paint they created two buildings, one shaped like a sheep and another like a dog. Much to my delight the corrugated steel dog housed an ice cream store which served the most amazing creamy honey and fig ice cream. Yumm!