It’s October, time for trick-or-treat, and I tricked myself into a treat. I had planned a review for several months, and had checked to see if I needed reservations. Told I didn’t, I lay down for a short rest…and woke up more than an hour later. It was getting dark, and I didn’t want to drive to a new town in the dark, so I took my family somewhere I knew I could find, The Spike N’ Rail Steak House in Selma. This monument to Scandinavian traditional architecture had taken the place of the Pea Soup Anderson Restaurant by Freeway 99, windmill and all.