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Seattle event: Wednesday, October 29 @ 'Ohana!
Exoticat
Tiki Socialite

Joined: Feb 08, 2003
Posts: 481
From: Hutikihi Island ~ near Seattle
Posted: 2003-10-30 02:52 am   Permalink

More pics!

The lovely Humuhumu shows Gramps her great photos as he moves in close


Gramps moves in close (sensing a pattern here) for a photo op with Exoticat and Modkitty


Gramps too far away to move in close to Tikibars


Puamana (right) smiles as Selector Lopaka tells Gramps..."fugghetaboutit"


If you look closely, it says SWEETPEA on her jacket!


 
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Exoticat
Tiki Socialite

Joined: Feb 08, 2003
Posts: 481
From: Hutikihi Island ~ near Seattle
Posted: 2003-10-30 02:57 am   Permalink

If anyone doesn't want their picture up for any reason, email me and I'll remove it as soon as I can. I think they're all good photos though.

 
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sweetpea
Tiki Socialite

Joined: Jan 14, 2003
Posts: 882
From: Seattle
Posted: 2003-10-30 10:12 am   Permalink

YAY, it was sooooo great to meet Exoticat and Tikibars, and to see the rest of you kids again. I'm SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO glad I went out for a while, but I'm sorry I wasn't being the best TC'r as could be.
Guess I gotta start getting to Ballard on Tuesday nights more often!
PEa
WOOF, did you make it to the Islander?
Sorry I didnt. DRAT.
and the food and drinks at Ohana were pretty tasty! yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, rummmmmmmmmmmm


 
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Humuhumu
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Joined: Aug 22, 2002
Posts: 3612
From: San Francisco
Posted: 2003-10-30 12:13 pm   Permalink

What a great night last night! I'm very glad I got a chance to meet Exoticat & woofmutt before I left Seattle. I was so happy to have Modkitty join us, too; I really hope she joins TC. It was a fun crowd, I'm sad I'll be missing future Seattle events, but it makes me so glad to know that at last a group has formed! Now, this is very important -- there MUST be a joining of the Seattle & Portland groups. If everyone could make it, it would be a pretty good-sized gathering, and I know you'd all like each other a lot. Boy, if you could attract some of the BC people down, you'd have something to rival the Hoiti Toiti contingent. WORLD TIKI DOMINATION!!

Okay, now what you really want... the pics.


Our meeting place, 'Ohana


Selector Lopaka, puamana & James Teitelbaum


Me on the left (proudly wearing my Purple Jade earrings, which got lots of raves that night), darlin' sweetpea on the right.

During our before-dinner drinks, sweetpea happened to get a phone call from mig, who was quite confused & surprised when the phone got passed to James & Humuhumu!


Gramps, Exoticat and Modkitty


Our special guest of the evening, James Teitelbaum, all the way from Chicago. (Hey, does that mean last night was a National Event?)


woofmutt & Selector Lopaka

After 'Ohana, some people had to head home, but James, woofmutt & I made our way to the Islander... only to find out it was closed! (Guess that means this place has *something* in common with Sam's Seafood.) They were kind enough to let us take a look around, but no drinks here for us.


Tiki at the Islander

After that, James & I popped into the nearby Lava Lounge for a beer (we'd swung by before 'Ohana to get a quick look). It's funny, I've been in here for beers plenty of times, but I think it's always been way too crowded for me to get a good look. It's no tiki bar, to be sure, but there was a fair number of interesting tikis in there. James spotted this Tiki Bob mug on a shelf behind the bar, and the bartender let us play with it for a while.



We also saw a funny little ceramic Kon Tiki cup behind the bar, and we couldn't quite figure out what it would have been used for; it was like a coffee cup, only handleless and smaller. James got a pic, I'm sure he'll post it after his pics have had a chance to "cure" in his camera.


Lava Lounge entrance

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