Early in our trip, Matt went downstairs for some reason I've now forgotten and ran into a former colleague at the bar. The colleague recommended this restaurant and so we made it a point to go and he was so , so, right. It was amazing and I was blown away by the flavor combinations.
Here is where a John Brown lies a-mouldering, but I took this picture because I was curious what the A.O.U.W was. Here's a nice description of the organization.
Here's proof I don't carefully look at my photos before uploading. If you turn your head sideways, you will see this is a modern stone on the gave of the founder of Centralia.
George's grave is the oblisque and his wife Mary Jane is the smaller grave to the right. I observed that her gave had broken (or been vandalized) and the thicker stone was added behind to repair it.
For some roller skating. Also they had a bouncy castle obstacle course that Matt took part in and I played a very fun game in the arcade involving moving a ball up a circular track. If I had more quarters, I would have won. I would have.