I'm finally able to sit down and share some photos of the fun we had at Ohana: Luau at the Lake at The Tiki Resort in Lake George, NY.
I'll put this warning right here....lots of photos!
We arrived Friday, checked in, got settled into our hotel rooms and changed into our Tiki attire. We did the traditional 'take photos of everything around the grounds', before the first room crawl of the evening.
Julie Ann and myself
Andrew, Julie Ann, (moai)myself and Derek. We're all holding a mai tai...naturally.
Derek found a his twin! Hehehe!
We retired back to our room for more cocktails. Julie Ann snapped this photo and you can
see the pattern of my barkcloth wrap dress.
And then we went poolside to listen to some bands and hang out. Julie Ann's dress is awesome!
And the room crawls happened *cough...drunk..cough*
(view from our room)
Saturday morning I woke up slightly hungover, but refreshed and ready for a giant breakfast.
Derek's directional senses are correct, breakfast was that way. Hahaha!
I never quite realized how awesome the glass windows on the side of the hotel were until this trip!
Derek gifted me with some items from Fancy Fruits, like this hair clip.
The vendor tent was the next on the agenda. We had been saving our loose change (literally), so we could blow it all on Tiki art, mugs, etc. Like purchasing a ceramic piece from Greg Rebis!
Gus from Zombie Oasis. We didn't get any of his amazing carvings, but a custom piece was discussed.
Gus and the oh-so-lovely Steph
Seeing friends at the auction, Jessica and Steve
Gen and Jim from Montreal
Then we grilled lunch. Andrew was the SPAM grill master.
Made another drink.
And watched Jim's band, The Men is Grey Suits....which they were in shorts for the luau. Hehe!
Necklace: gift from Derek by Fancy Fruits.
Then is it was luau dinner time! The rest of the night was a blur with drinks, friends and fun.
Sunday was a recovery day, then we packed up shop (we still had booze left over!?) and made the six hour trip home.
Deadhead Rum cocktail set, Tiki Tony mug, (skull) 'Pour Your Ick' by Squid Art, Ohana 2015 mug,
Ceramic Tiki bat decanter by Greg Rebis.
Mahalo for sticking with me through this post!