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There is a tiki bar in Montana. And it's not in Missoula, or Bozeman or even the massively popular and booming Kalispell and it is out of the way. Interstate 15 goes out of it's way to jut east to service the city of Great Falls before jutting back west to resume it's northerly course … Continue reading Mermaids in Montana!
Time spent in a good tiki bar is rejuvenation for the soul. If that tiki bar is in your home, good on you. You've invested in a personal retreat; you've made yourself a space to escape to. But how are the drinks? How's the crowd? I don't have a tiki bar in my house. I … Continue reading An Idol Summer
I've been trying to find a job for years. I know I've said that. And as the time began to drag on, I began to explore all the options and resources I could find. I re-wrote my resume. I got feedback on it. I got involved with groups and organizations. I built my Linkedin, I … Continue reading The Devil and the Dogs Part 2, The Dogs
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This story is about one of those times where something paid off. It's a story about sacrifice and goals and curried cauliflower with roasted chickpeas. It is, at this point, a story with a soft ending, a sense of accomplishment and hopefully one that will be updated with a win for Team Pau. Immediately after … Continue reading Update: Suspense, distraction and travel
Tiki culture is once again on the rise... New bars are popping up with excited young mixologists at the helm. And really, isn't this the right place for them anyway? What, with the average tiki drink typically taking a half hour to make and involving no less than 24 ingredients, half of which are various … Continue reading The Tiki Trend