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Spare Stoke
Posted:May 27th, 2009

More bonus photos from ‘The Simple Things.’

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Nate Tyler’s inlaws’ pool was awesome and awful simultaneously.

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This guy was one of those dogs whose slobber is inescapable.

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‘Heh, heh, heh …..’

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You know it’s harsh if Remy has to study the wall.

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Frank came through with a rock ‘n’ roll.

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Not that he didn’t take some diggers, too.

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Poacher’s view of Grant’s acid drop.

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The Hager twins each took a tail drop off the slide.

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At least six feet of wavy vert.

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They do love a physical challenge.

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Catfish was in hog heaven out there in the country.

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Remy and Nate: rugged, outdoor types.

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Top angle of Darrell’s frontside feebler. This is the safest place to be during a frontside blunt.

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Gravette caught a noseblunt.

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Pow-wow at SLO High.

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Of course he 50ed it first.

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Secret bowl somewhere secret.

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Nolder grind.

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Front rock.

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Another view of Mark’s body jar.

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Chris Gregson got razzed a little in the mag, but he’s definitely a sick skater.

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Frontside feeble.

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Remy smacks the lip.

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Yeah, pretty cool.

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