This place is huge!! I have been in Malls that arent this big! LOL LOL
OK so arrest me! LOL I took a photo in the bathroom!! LOL LOL But I loved this tilework, really cool!
That was my first stop after our 2 hour drive North.
We bought one of these for the truck, the old one was worn out! And this was pretty cool!!
Looked through the forest of fishing poles, of every size shape and color you can think of! Reels to, found one I really liked a Pflueger, it was $99. LOL I didnt come home with it LOL
More poles, a forest of graphite!!
I wanted this canoe on the wall, he hehe....
In the whole center of this building, is a man made mountain, covered with taxadermied mounts of just about all North American animals!
I was most impressed by this Sea lion mount! Wow is he huge!!!!
A wolverine. We seen one of these once when we where up in the mtns hunting, we didnt know what it was at the time, it was darker, no cream stripe, but the color varies, couldnt have been anything else!
It must have taken months to set all these mounts, a lot of them are donated, even some were from the Smithsonian. Here is a Wolf and a Black Bear and the Dall sheep and Mtn Goat in the background.
In the center of this man made Mtn, is two giant aquariums, one with warm freshwater fish, like this Tiger Muskie, and one with cold freshwater fish.
I believe this is a grass carp.
A BIG ol ugly Catfish.
A Salmon. The warm water fish were all in good shape, the cold water ones are a lot more active, so they had scars and lumps from running into the glass. There were Steelhead, and Rainbows and a Sturgeon too.
Here is the Sea lion again, with people in the pic, so you can see how BIG he is!
OK, now this BBQ even made me drool, OMG look at the detail!
Make the pic big and check this out!
It is only like $4000. I will take two! LOL LOL
Geez the place is just gorgeous eye candy!
Then we headed upstairs, there is a glass elevator!
This is from the elevator over the Mtn.
Here is the elevator from the second floor, and speaking of second floor! I will have to split this into two posts, like I said this place is huge!
Next post, soon!