Beat the Heat at Austin's Frigid Frog

Posted on: August 5th, 2010 by Julia Rocchi 1 Comment

We've reached epic levels of humidity here at our DC HQ, but that's nothing compared to Austin's broiling summer temps. In fact, when Jason traveled to Austin to film this next video, he was already melting on the asphalt ... and that was only in May.

Luckily, Austonians know that the simplest of summer treats -- the humble snow cone -- is the most powerful tool in restoring a healthy balance. Enter SoCo vendor The Frigid Frog, which relies on local customers, its trusty trailer, and exotic flavors like 'Tiger's Blood' to keep Austin cool.

Cue mouth-watering goodness ...

Though the National Preservation Conference isn't until October (when it promises to be cooler), now's the time to reserve your hot spot! Register here.

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Julia Rocchi

Julia Rocchi

Julia Rocchi is the director of digital content at the National Trust. By day she wrangles content; by night (and weekends), she shops local, travels to story-rich places, and walks around looking up at buildings.


One Response

  1. shem

    August 7, 2010

    Total agreement on SoCo and the review… however… as a life-long Austinite… please explain what an “Austonian” is… rather confused to that term. Should be a great conference and October will be lovely, it always is…. have a great conference!!! Glad you could visit early.