I contracted with this company on behalf of my homeowners association. They are located in Puyallup, but will work all the way out to Graham.
They were very quick in supplying the necessary signs, and to issue replacement signs if they go missing.
In addition, they are the only company around that I could find with the equipment to haul larger vehicles, like a semi-cab, or an rv.
They are always friendly and pleasant and I highly recommend them for this service.
This skate shop is located next to Inflictions Tattoo shop on the corner of 194th & Meridian. Parking is sort of odd, with no real spaces designated, but it is available.
The store sells skate and snowboard gear, as well as clothes, shoes, hats and accessories.
Their prices are at least as good as the mall competitors such as Zumiez, and the staff is very knowledgeable and friendly. In addition, they have skate ramps out front for use.
This coffee stand features the usual fare, and the prices are in line with their neighboring competitors. The staff consists of younger girls, bikini-clad (as weather permits). As you might imagine, this often creates a bit of a wait for your drink.
The coffee is satisfactory, but unless you are really in the mood to see a girl in a bikini, you can do just as well and much more quickly, elsewhere.
This store in downtown Disney is not large and is not what I would consider kid-friendly. The prices are tremendously expensive and there are many fragile items on display.
The sales staff was polite, though busy. It is worth a look around, but unless you have money to burn, it's skippable.
This location of Build-A-Bear is hands down the busiest I have seen. They simply were packed on each of our visits. In addition to the walk-in foot traffic (in downtown Disney) they had a birthday party going on upstairs as well.
The selection was just as good as other locations I've been to, and the staff was the best I've ever encountered. They were wonderful, happy, and enthusiastic about stuffing animals.
I highly recommend this location to pick up a memorable souvenir from your Disney vacation, and to experience the fun.
This store will give you a seriously bad (and expensive) habit. They offer hands down the best bath products I've ever come across. Many are vegan, all are fair-trade, and they are handmade, fresh and come with best-by dates.
For this, you will pay a higher price than a drugstore, however if you sign up for their mailing list, or e-mail list, they will let you know about the sales.
This store is not huge, but the staff knows their stuff and the products are to die for. Just choosing one or two is the hard part.
The park itself is okay and features a wide variety of camping, from primitive/walk-in, to tent, to rv. The site we camped at was semi-private, and close to a relatively clean restroom area. It was well shaded.
They do have a children's play area, although there were adults smoking pot when we went there. I wouldn't send the kids down without supervision.
The lake itself is lovely to look at, but has a lot of debris and stumps in it. Additionally, the beach area is small, and has a ton of duck poop on it.
This is not one of my favorite Claire's store. It is on the smaller side, it is crowded with racks and products and they often seem understaffed to deal with all of the business.
The selection is good, and the prices are ok, but they have other, better locations to shop at.
This is one of the busier Build-A-Bear locations that I have visited with my children. They did have adequate staff for the busy shopping weekend (post-Thanksgiving), it was just crowded.
Everyone working was helpful and cheerful and my kids (as always) had a great time picking out items, while my nephew built his new animal. They have something for boys and girls.
This store is always a must-stop for us when we hit the SuperMall. The selection of name brand items in both clothing and shoes, appeals to my son. The prices (when on sale) appeal to me.
Service has always been excellent at this location.