A quaint river front town with a main street lined with boutiques, bakeries, and antique shops, Cold Spring is right between the beautiful Hudson River and a wide expanse of forest, mountains and glorious nature.
The day was hot and humid. My family and I were driving up to Connecticut to look at boats before realizing our destination was closed. As we started back home the insurmountable urge for a frozen fruit pop revitalized memories of an orgasmic mouth experience when biting into a mango frozen pop at the Warwick Applefest fall of 2011. The business just happened to be located in one of my favorite New York State towns.
The drive to Cold Spring, though a mere 30 minutes, felt exponentially longer as my anticipation grew. Once on Main Street, unable to contain myself long enough to wait to find parking, I rushed out of the car and into the storefront of Go-Go Pops.
Insisting on two pops, I started with a Mango Hibiscus made with fresh chunks of mango frozen in hibiscus tea. Heaven on earth. My second pop was Coconut made from coconut milk, coconut water, and a touch of cane sugar. I enjoyed this while strolling down to the river.
The views are spectacular. This area of the Hudson is clean and quiet, prefect for boating and adventures.