There were maybe six days in ten years that he didn’t come to the bar. So when he didn’t show up one evening, everyone knew that something was wrong. The police went to his apartment and found him unresponsive. He’d died of a heart attack. None of us knew what to do. Dazed and confused 1993 poster. I gave the eulogy at his funeral, and then left to go open the bar. All of us assumed it was the end of everything. But one month after the funeral, I got a call from Skip’s brother. He said he couldn’t sell Skip’s legacy to a stranger, so he offered the bar to me and my husband. Over the past few months we’ve renovated everything. We have a new tap system now. We’ve added a modern register.
Dazed and confused 1993 poster
We’ve made a lot of changes, because we know that it needs to be an actual business if it’s going to survive. But we’ve also covered an entire wall with Skip’s photos and notes. Because we always want the place to feel like Skip. Hi Alex! Beautiful words and pictures. Dazed and confused 1993 poster. If it weren’t for Skip and the Clif, Brian and I would never have met and gotten married. So many amazing memories there. So happy you guys are carrying on Skips legacy in such a beautiful way. Peace and Love always. We are old friends of Skip and loved him dearly. We have so many great memories. What’s sad is the last 2x we went to the bar, it was during the day and he wasn’t there. I’m sure it was you we spoke to.