So the homies decided to go to crossovers today. Tinch, myself, and gromy TJ (who rips by the way) to partake in a logular adventure of the nasal origin. Coatesy was kind enough to sit this one out and snag some epic photos. Enjoy, and happy sliding...
Keith Novosol sent me these rad photos not too long ago, but since the blog was down, this is the first chance I've had of getting them up. There are a few of Balinda just killing. I wish I lived in AUS! Enjoy.
Sorry for the down time folks. Apparently my site-counter was causing pop-ups. I took it off and hopefully now it will run smoothly. Again, sorry for the problem. (hopefully you were sliding instead of reading this!!)
The Pearl hosted a few bands as they made their way down to Miami for the annual Noise Making Conference. I was able to snap just a few photos before the camera battery died.
But basically take everything you have ever thought about music and throw it off a seventeen story building. The noise it makes when it hits the ground is what was ejected out of the speakers the other night. There were bands playing eletronic loops (really rad!), beating on random objects that screetched as they broke under the pummeling, and even animal sounds mixed together and looped.
All in all, it was an experience...but I think Ill just keep listening to the Mattson Two and Sunbears!
Here are a few photos that Erica Burtrum sent me from a sliding session at Cardiff a few weeks ago. There first photo is of her friend Trevor Jones and the second is of her boyfriend on a freight train. Enjoy those hulls!
... and I'm sorry about that. The holidays are crazy and well, travel catches up with you. But I hope that everyone had a fantastic New Years and Christmas.
Anyeays, a buddy from down under, Simon, sent me this photo of his log quiver. I just wanted to share it with everyone else. Its not everyday (especially here in Floria) that you see someone sliding an eleven foot plus balsa from none other than Tom Wegner... Enjoy everyone.
(From L to R: 12' Tom Wegner, 10'10" Wilde Shapes by Sean Wilde, and another 9'10 Tom Wegner timber)
My good friend and fellow aquaholic Chris Tincher has started up a blog along with a few of the other local loggers and skaters to bring you a little more insight into St. Augustine.. Check it out. There are some really good videos on it already, not to mention this little gem here of local shaper/artistan Ken White... Enjoy.