Great Wolf Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGreat Wolf Lodge Centralia
A great place to stay for a family friendly experience and to leave reality for a couple of days.
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... matter how much planning, we still wound up running around, tying up loose ends. As excited as Michael and I were/are, in all this, I can't help but feel quite sad for Mr. Obi-Wan. He has known since the first cardboard box that something was up. He has been at my heels, and exceptionally well behaved.
We moved the rest of everything yesterday; the mattress, t.v., little bit o' laundry, lawn mower, vacuum, etc. Obi-Wan JERKface decided ...
... and supplicate God, it was the moment I realized the other shoe "HAD" been there a little bit ago. I stood bolt upright from looking under the bed, spun on my heel, yanked open the door and BAM. There she was, barely clinging to life. I got to her just in time to hear the last thread shred. OH THE IRREPARABLE DAMAGE! Whhhhhyyyyy?!
I know, I totally own the over dramatization, but I really, REALLY liked those shoes.
This morning we stopped along the Columbia River at Kennewick, before heading over a high pass (??) with the aim to do some hiking in Mt Rainier National Park and to camp in one of the campgrounds there. Mt Rainier is a dormant volcano just north of Mt St Helens (which erupted in 1980) and At 14400ft is the highest mountain ...
... came back to Sada's and decided he & my Aunt Joann, as well as Sophia, would like to go with me to the Lacey Museum. We let Siri guide us there (even though Sophia is basically a Lacey native, she had no idea they even had a museum let alone where it was) and we got slightly lost. Unfortunately, upon arrival, we discovered that I'd misread their operating hours and it was closed. So, we took an impromptu trip to Olympia (Washington's capitol, boys & girls) as Uncle ...
I found a flag attached to every lamp post; they lined the downtown streets and the curving drive that leads up to the capitol. I set the tripod up and posed. And for some mysterious reason I hummed America. The sky was really blue today; no wind; the lawn was tended green. Just around a curve, if I knew which curve to look around, I could see Mt Rainier, an ice-cream cone of 14,000 feet and close; but I focused on the ...