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Rock Vibes

2011 begins with a classic Toy Machine US Tour.

Posted: January 11, 2011


The rental van didn't have remote locks. Don't think we're out of this financial crisis yet.



The Templetons. American Gothic.



Dual tote bags tells you Deanna's in this for the long haul.



Getting the band back together.



We made it about three miles before deciding to stop for food. Another classic Toy Tour move.



The Tempster...


Fuhrer of fun.



Harsh barge up the Cajon pass. Better unload your Lamborghini.





Out into America - trying to sell skateboards in an ICP age.






J. Lay. Optimism embodied.







Matt B reviews the manual, like any good co-pilot.


Gear talk.




Holy shit! Bill's here too?



Roadside radical.





Ed reflects on what he might have done in salad years past.






Now this is more like it.











Skateboarding is still Ed's secret weapon to rise above the mundane.



Diego - classic moves in the American West.





And we've barely started.

Last modified on Tuesday, 11 January 2011 11:04
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