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Awash
Posted: December 18, 2009

The sun came out and the snow melted by the next morning.

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Filled with hope.

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Warm up at some renegade ‘crete.

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Colt kickflipped it.

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Scurbs.

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You gotta dodge a can now.

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Locals.

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‘Got any bumps?’

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The dudes kept it going late night style, despite 30-degree temps. We knew it was supposed to get shitty again.

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It did.

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Thus, the rest of the trip was spent indoors - hotels and Southside Skatepark .

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Marius hopped off a layover and met up.

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Better luck next time.

Last modified on Wednesday, 03 March 2010 15:16
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