Friday, July 17, 2009

The Tiki Head is Up

Posted By on Fri, Jul 17, 2009 at 10:48 AM


The giant tiki head (pictured here at its former location at the now defunct Magic Carpet Golf) has been set in place in front of its new home, The Hut, the infamous tropical drink watering hole at 305 N. Fourth Avenue.

The monolith, which some reports say was the tallest sculpture in town, fits right in along funky and hip Fourth Avenue. And if The Hut makes the head accessible to patrons like it was over at Magic Carpet Golf, it'll allow for some wonderful nighttime viewing of the Fourth Avenue area.

In other Magic Carpet news, the giant bull has also found a home. I was hoping they'd paint it blue and place it next to the giant Paul Bunyon over on Stone Avenue, but it'll be just as awesome at its new home outside the The Maverick King of Clubs (6622 E. Tanque Verde Road).

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