Robert Barranco, Mason Burke, and Keaton Aspuru took another spontaneous trip up to Georgia and South Carolina. We camped at a church, rode multiple skateparks as well as downtown Savannah, snuck into an RV park, and slept in a hotel parking lot. Good times as always.
Robert Barranco, James Murphy, Mason Burke, Zach Ozment, and Marcel Andersen took a trip to St. Augustine for the weekend to show our Michigan friends (Avery Stumm and Maeson Makranyi) the coolest parts of Florida. We decided to camp not knowing it would be in the high 20s and low 30s. It was a very long night. There wasn't much of a plan at all for the 3 days which explains the randomness.
James Murphy, Robert Barranco, Keaton Aspuru, and Mason Burke drove up to South Carolina to ride Whip Snake, Tom Risser's masterpiece of a skate park buried in the woods. Miles away from any form of civilization without cell phone service, we showed up and camped in the middle of the night, rode the craziest transitions you've ever seen, and observed Tom's art scattered throughout the forest.
So we decided to stay in Orlando and a lot ended up happening. We went to check out a local pump track and Keaton fell again, rode a new skate park, had way too much fun in a Wal Mart, and finished off the weekend with trails and Mexican food. Overall a great time.
Keaton Aspuru, Robert Barranco, and James Murphy take their second trip to Georgia after roughly a half an hour of deciding what to do that weekend. The only goal was to ride the Skatepark of Athens but, as usual, a lot more happened than expected. Trails were found, a night was spent in a Walmart parking lot, a homeless man tried to join their campsite, and more skateparks were visited including one of the weirdest skateparks ever built. Oh, and of course a couple stops at Cook Out.