Epicenter Bowling is the source of entertainment in Klamath. The lanes are nice and even and the rental balls and shoes are in good condition. The arcade is a good place for older children, and no horse play is tolerated. The glow-in-the-dark bowing is fun too. The bar will serve food out to the alley and it's good. The bar and entertainment is a clean and fun environment.
The family tradition of great service here. Cook's will replace auto glass for a reasonable price in their garage or on site. They will cut window glass to size for broken ones in your home. The more specialized the request, the more it costs. The service is excellent. The family is proud of the business they've built and work hard to keep the reputation.
Anything from a sack of nails, bale of hay, tony llama boots, vaccines, car batteries, you name it and Big R has it. It's not just a great place to find what you need for your property, farm and home but it's an experience in the western lifestyle. The prices are right and it's the best place to start so you don't have to shop any further.
This family owned business carries alot of combined experience. They will weld just about anything that needs it to make it usefull. But they do a beautiful job of custom work like sprial staircases, decorative gates, etc. They're honest and turn the work around fairly quickly. They'll work on a deadline for you for a great deal.
They're really good about giving you the best price for your stuff when you just gotta have some cash. They specialize in tools, mostly. So when you need some cash or you don't have alot to spend and need a power tool - look here first. They always make sure what they're taking in trade is in good working order and has value for resale - so you won't get a lemon. They also deal in some used guns and buy gold jewelry. Pretty honest - which is saying alot in this type of business.
The Davenport family has been a great help and comfort to many people over the years, during their times of grief. Dave and his family do a wonderful job of putting everyone at ease. The beautiful chapel on the premises is perfect for those who want to have a memorial service without the restrictions of a certain denominational church. They will officiate as well.
Timm is a very caring and attentive funeral director. He pays attention to the details and is very sensitive to the families wishes, balancing the personalities of all the family members. Coordinating every detail from casket, memory cards, receiving flowers at the church, providing a guest book, and taking special care of our loved one - all while broaching that sensitive issue of the fee. Eternal Hills is the final resting place of my grandparents, parents, and nephew among many friends over the years. I'm glad we had Eternal HIlls during so many difficult times.
Nybacks is long on tradition in K.Falls, but hasn't done so well in keeping with the times. Their arrangements are strickly out of the FTD books with little or no originality. Their showroom used to be one of the most special places to visit during the Christmas holidays, though. Mostly, they're just a distribution center for long-distance orders through ftd.
Klamath flower shop has provided the flowers for several of the most important events of my life: weddings, funerals, birthdays. They always provide the freshest flowers and make wonderful suggestions to replace flowers that are out of season or are incredibly expensive, to help make a beautiful statement and helpin out with the costs. Their delivery is always right on time, and set up for the even with plenty of time to spare.
There's not alot of choices in KF, but Quackenbush will do in a pinch. Their baristas are friendly and their drinks are priced normally. Whatever brand of bean they use is a little weak, though. The flavors for the latte's are not very apparent. But on the way out of town, it's the last drive-through you're gonna see for 100 miles at least