Last weekend Kaycee and I stubbled upon a dumpster full of crates made of 2x & 4×4’s along with some 1/2 sheets of plywood. We took advantage of the find and built and loaded up my Subaru inside and out with supplies, picked up some PVC at Home Depot and constructed a large jersey barrier style grind box. Unfortunately the plywood was a little too rigid to fit to the transitions which make the box somewhat of a challenge to blade but all in all it can be situated several different ways that make for a fun session.
BIlly Anderson – AO[vimeo vimeo.com/61439887]
If you do blade the box be sure to put it back so that the local businesses don’t have it hauled away. Gracias. Bl8orDie DIY.
After arriving to this spot that I found a couple days ago, both Kaycee and I were juiced on what we thought were its possibilities. We worked for an hour or so looking for/finding and hauling all sorts of random stuff to the one area that wasn’t all cracked up. Dirty and tired we tried to skate it and it proved to be a lot harder than we had thought. The transitions were too close together and the residue from the muck we scrapped out was slippery.
We managed to get a couple tricks in but looking at it now in retrospect we wished we had tested out the wedges before putting in so much work. You live and learn. But the excitement and anticipation for the spot was still made it pretty fun. – Beastmaster
Edit by Mike D
No Date Let’s Bl8 Friday Night Session.
Finally some warm(er) weather and some clear air.
Don’t take this seriously..