Put enough miles on your car driving around this state and you'll see a variant of these little family run crunched ice eateries on just about every Main Street in just about every small town in Oklahoma.
I think ours is one of the classier establishments of this summer seasonal cool treat industry. It has an actual cement foundation, a roof, sealed sliding service window, wall mounted A/C unit (no one likes to buy a snow cone from a sweaty snow cone maker), city power (those gas generators are pretty loud), and a menu board that is printed instead of handwritten by the owner's 4th grade remedial speller.
Others I've spotted in various small towns near and far included the following:
They also included a flavor which was obviously named after their daughter, Caster (Vanilla and Strawberry Cheesecake).
Wonder if they had had a son, would they have named him Camber...or Toe-In.
Sorry, car guy inside joke. Move along.