I honestly think this might have been one the best things I have ever eaten and it is a beautiful to look at as well.
I had this lovely breakfast before heading out the door on a little road trip with my son Emmet.
I am writing you from Maryhill, Washington, where Emmet and I are spending the weekend. Emmet is participating in the Maryhill Freeride Longboarding Event and I am having a good time walking the course, taking pictures and spending time with Emmet.
The Maryhill Loops Road is basically out in no where's land that just happens to have a very cool 2.5 mile road.
The Maryhill Loops Road was an experimental road in south central Washington , United States, built by Good Roads promoter Samuel Hill with the help of engineer and landscape architect Samuel C. Lancaster , climbing the Columbia Hills from the Columbia River and Spokane, Portland and Seattle Railway to his planned Quaker utopian community at Maryhill, Washington . Built in 1911 as the first asphalt road in the state, and bypassed by the present U.S. Route 97 after World War II, the road achieved low grades with horseshoe curves . The design became the model for the Figure-Eight Loops on the Historic Columbia River Highway in Oregon , designed by Lancaster several years later.  The road is now owned by the Maryhill Museum of Art .
Emmet took 16 runs down that hill yesterday and I walk/ran it 3 times myself.
Emmet is actually up and ready to go again. I am hoping to do the hill 4 times myself and Emmet want so get in another 16!
With that I am off because I am informed that it starts "soon!" In other words, get off the computer and let's head over to Maryhill!
Have a great rest of your weekend everyone!