I love going to little hole in the wall places to eat. Que Vie is a favorite of mine located in Cameron Park. I have never ordered anything I didn’t like!
Day # 226 of 365 Day Gratitude Project.
Grateful for Que Vie in Cameron Park.
My friends and I decided to go the concert in the park in Seal Beach during my visit to Southern California.
Two gentlemen were eating this pasta. I asked if I could take a picture! I couldn’t believe how much food it was for the two of them.
We ordered sandwiches to take to the concert.
Decided we needed to try the desserts, too!
There was only one berry tart left so I grabbed it quick! Of course I was planning to share with my friends!
I think the pictures says it all!
Yummy breakfast in Truckee with two girlfriends. What more can a girl ask for?! Friendship is priceless!
365 Day Gratitude Project | Day #201 | Grateful for friendship and breakfast in Truckee
Mom is always cooking when I go to visit her. She was hungry for a hamburger, so we decided to go check out Five Guys. Mom said they were rated #2 after In and Out Burger. I wanted to know why they were rated #2. (I hate saying #2 it reminds me of something else! haha)
I didn’t get a very good picture but there was a planter circle in front that had the most beautiful red and white roses planted.
They had plenty of tables outside but we chose to sit inside to escape the summer heat.
You can order as many toppings as you want to order for your hamburger! FREE!
Plenty of seating inside. Clean.
Everyone was friendly.
Awhile you wait for your burger, you can scoop up a container of peanuts. Take as many as you like but don’t throw the shells on the floor.
They earned many awards. Five Guys started in Virginia but have slowly spread across the United States. I just checked their website to discover they have a Five Guys in Sacramento! I will be sure to check them out!
Dad sits patiently awhile he waits for his burger.
You can order spicy fries….
or regular fries…
either are very good!
I got grilled onions, tomatoes, lettuce, chili peppers…
They have bags and bags of fries…
They have a sign showing where the fries are from! I thought that was fun!
365 Day Gratitude Project
Day # 198: Grateful for Five Guys Burgers and yummy fries
I have gone up and down and down and up Highway 5 dozens of times. I always am in a hurry to get to my destination or to get home.
This day, I was traveling by myself and was in no hurry to get home. I decided that this day I would stop at a few places that I have never taken the time to stop at.
Murray Family Farms would be my first official unplanned stop along Highway 5.
I was welcomed by this sign enticing me to come into the store.
Need to take a break from the road? Kids need to stretch their legs?
This is a perfect place to stop! The tables are clean outside and the restrooms are clean inside!
Do you need to take something home to the dogsitter? Or to the neighbors that kept an eye on your house?
Here is a vast selection of food to choose from!
Need a cold drink or a healthy snack?
The fresh fruit is from the near-by farm.
I bought some of these! They were great. I have no idea how many calories.
Want to know if the strawberries are sweet or the cherries are sour? They have samples out for you to test!
Murray Family Farms bake all these wonderful items on location!
Are you going to stay the night at some friends house? How about taking a homemade pie for a hostess gift?
Who can’t resist homemade fudge?!
Bribes for the kids!
I am grateful that I took the time to stop at Murray Family Farms. They have a great selection of fruits, drinks, and treats. The staff are very friendly and helpful, too!
I hear they have hay rides throughout the year for the kids and young at heart.
I also hear they will soon be serving coffee latte’s, mochas, etc.
Why not support the local farmers, use clean facilities and eat healthy on your next trip along Highway 5?!
365 Day Project: Gratitude Bucket | Day # 191