It's the light and the mountains with the dessert. I shot this with one hand while driving. Nevada is like a giant painting nonstop outside your window. Part of the beauty is the emptiness. I decided to pass on breakfast at Denny's in Wells NV after more than hundred miles I arrived at the town of McGill.
There right on the main drag I spotted "Marie's Cafe" The on street parking big enough for my eighty plus feet and fierce grumbling in my belly was all I needed to convincd me to stop. Inside I found a Pirates dream, a menu with a real pirate map and hand made models of three masted schooners to make me fantasize of far off lands and burried treasure. Marie herself does the cooking and it was tasty, artistic and unpretentious all rolled up together.
You can find your mind wandering to distant ports at Maries Cafe in McGill NV.
A cuban sandwich with home made potato nuggets and home made Fry sauce to dip them in.
Dessert was an apple tart hand made with love of course by Marie or you could choose the giant cream puff.
I couldn't make up my mind, and because I knew I may not pass this way again. I chose both. They both were delicious…Apple tart was the best imo, only because I'm not a huge fan of custard...
Heading north out of Spokane toward Colville on hwy 395 right next to the scales a farmer decided to plant acres of sunflowers. It is one of the most beautiful sites you will see, so stunning I had to pull my 18 wheeler over and snap a shot.
Been trucking with few exceptions since 96.