Burnout: Splashtown USA
Poolside meetup with the Tempster for the premier Eswic trip.
Keepin' it nerdy, reading wise.
And look who's got shotgun.
This is what's known as 'lifestyle.'
James and Stevie ain't gonna fall into that trap.
Nah, nah ...
Flat bar near the snack bar.
You know Ed's ready.
Abandoned water park
Leo already ate shit before the rest of us even got in there.
Cory opts for a wacking stick.
Dakota is too young to have gotten to enjoy any PVC coping, so this was a special treat.
Leo's crooked K grind, as seen in the SOTY issue.
Tight Bam graffitti too.
This was the make, I think.
Hillbilly spine time!
The pieces teeter tottered as you rode over them.
Simulated U pike.
Ed's ollie-in ended in a vegan splat.
Nothing a little air guitar can't shake off.
Save those for your 30s, bro!
Near ball pinching!
Now this is what a forsaken water park's all about!
Then a quick tag. Can't let my work life interrupt my street life. Nah sayin? That shit is copyrighted!
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