12
Feb
12

Park-Braps

A few days ago I woke up stoked. It was a beautiful bluebird day, and all I could think about doing was sleeping in then shooting the terrain park that afternoon. I Showed up to the park around 11:30 only to realize that it sadly become a grey day. Since it was locals night at Bottoms the night before, I figure everyone considered today to be a write off. Nobody was shredding. But all was not lost, 2 dudes kept showing up every 20 minutes or so and sending it off the big booters. Thanks dudes, you killed it!

“Big Nancy”

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