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Monday, 10 August 2009 02:23

Low Life Tour: San Antonio

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Posted: August 10, 2009

Baker Low Life Tour: San Antonio
Words & Photos: Hammeke

Texas is huge, and the drive between El Paso and San Antonio takes about as much time as it takes to drive between two states in the Midwest, or five to six along the East Coast. We made it to a sick park on the outskirts of San Antonio and found it packed with skaters ready to watch their favorite guys from Baker and Deathwish rip it up.




Nuge stocks the cooler for the Green Room’s drive time refreshments


Central Texas food options are no bueno


Reynolds gives the crowds what they want to see, every time




The crowd was so big that there was room to skate only one part of the park at a time


The big stair set was the focal point. Lenoce, nollie 180


Moose got the back three on lock


Figgy, front feebs


Shane Heyl keeps the crowd pumped up


Baca is working on his P-Stone


Local shredder Rye, photo by Nuge


Then over to Goodtimes skateshop for the signing...Antwuan is here


The signings have been taking about three hours




Figgy bought an ID off this guy for $50


Some fan gave Lizard a sticker

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