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The Tiki Bar Shop celebrates the greatness of the Tiki experience.  We believe that the ambiance of the Tiki Bar is something that should be shared with friends and strangers alike.

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  • Craig Harmon said:

    Hello all, my name is CW2 Craig Harmon. I am a MEDEVAC pilot currently in Afghanistan for another long year. My MEDEVAC platoon (18 people) are stationed in a very remote site that is not yet complete. To improve morale we have decided to build a Tiki Bar (serving water and Gatorade of course) as a place to hang out and relax between missions. Much like a fireman in the states we pull a 48 hour duty shift waiting for the call that sommeone needs assistance. I think a Tiki Bar would be perfect for the limited opportunities we have to relax. We have a very limited supply of lumber and no way to get directions. I was hoping that someone could help me get started on a plan for the build. I am not a carpenter, but I am handy with some tools. We are not looking for anything fancy, just something to chill out by. Thank you all for your time….

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