October 2, 2014

Post 149

Four weeks ago we started the wall, we worked a 12 hour day on nothing but cinder blocks.
It took us a week and a day to make the first pour.
A few Days later...Jose Back Tailing between work sessions.
Tony came through strong on this pour, thank him the next time you see him.
T-Rex, opening session.
Jojo always on a rampage, Eggplants with ease.
Boneless from the deck, high to low.
Frank Shaw ain't sad.
Specially with Frontside Inverts like this.
Japan blasters all day, no problem.

July 15, 2014


Coincidentally ran into some valley homies in Cayucos the other weekend.
Jojo Heffington/  Wallride
Discovered the angle NOT to shoot a BSCS.
Casually killing it.
Andrecht all in the same line.
Smashing beers and taking block.
Adam Ottenburg corner to quarter 'Cane to Fakie.
Seth really knows how to tuck his knees.
Properly tucked Indy over the hip.
Christian Gonzalez/ FSA
The better angle.
Seth Sanders/ Back Crailslide
The rarely seen BS Heel Monster
Jojo Heffington/ Bastard to Fakie
Jojo has been TAKING lately.
First try Good Buddy.
The Fakie Thruster.
Slightly miss-timed, ever so lofty, Fakie Ollie Tailgrab
HUGE first try BSA.
Slob Plants on lock.
Over easy, Egg.

June 30, 2014


With what seem to be the inevitable doom of our beloved Skate Fe, there's a few of us that skate here almost religiously.
T-Rex grabbing his Tail to pull this Nosepick in.
The Stalefish variant of the Nosepick.
This hip is so underrated due to is obscure shapes; a convex launch to a concave pocket makes it an odd one even for the seasoned hip enthusiast. T-Rex had no problem handling this Melon with steeze.
Indy Nosepick.
Tailgrab Nosepicks with style to spare.
Jose without a doubt knows how to deck em' out.

Melon Crailblock? Anyone have a trick name for this?

Jose squeezing in a Hurricane in a tight spot.
Lucas likes to Tailblock this wall, a lot.. 
Photo: Anthony Vela
Fakie Ollie to Losi.
The color got duffed on this photo big time, but look at the foot. Photo: AV
The always stylish FS Hurricane grind. 
Photo: AV
Melon Tailblock as a warm up.
Note the side T-Rex chose to do this Pivot on is only 3 inches wide.
The always stylish Back Boneless done on a narrow quart, and an even narrower rock.


The summer heat is one of the biggest killers out here in the valley, especially in a backyard pit.
Lucas started it off just slashing around Crackhead-Donny's pool.
Sanchez searching out lines in the oververt.
Sanchez properly executing a FSG.