Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Monday, November 22, 2010
Sunday, November 21, 2010
Saturday, November 20, 2010
7:00-7:03 woke up and let the dog out to go pee.
7:03-8:03 laid back in bed.
8:03-8:40 ate breakfast, took out the trash, picked up dog poop.
8:40-9:19 browsed the Internet. Could not track Skyler or Brandon in the ironman.
10:35-11:26 watched 2 episodes of Blauvelt's backcountry.
11:27-12:07 talked to my mom on the phone
12:33-12:53 house cleaning
12:53-12:58 talked to my brother Jon in mammoth, got the snow report.
12:58-1:12 watch some shred flicks on my phone
1:51-2:21 watched bucky's bowl-b-q
2:21-4:05 went to the recycling center got into a minor fender bender at Newport and 19th went to auto parts store for malibu parts
4:05-4:22 remade guest bed
4:22-4:50 got ready
5-5:25 watched hockey
5:25-6 drove to laguna beach
6-6:25 la sirena grill
6:25-6:55 walked on the beach to the AR4T gallery
6:55-still going... Jamie Lynn art show
Quik bus. Can you spot the super pro?
photo: Peter Morning
photo: Stefan Clausen
Maja of The Sounds
photo: Chad Martin
Thursday, October 28, 2010
Tuesday, October 19, 2010
Despite the pool not being the same, the over all feel is just way different.
Oh well, FS over the stairs 15 years later. I'll take it. Of course, I'd rather it be 1995 and listening to Glue Gun and skating the real Nude with Luke Blais.
Thursday, September 9, 2010
Costa Mesa>Mammoth>Reno>Lake Almanor>Anderson>Sacto Airport>Cameron Park>Costa Mesa.
We headed out Friday night and got to Mammoth at 1 am. Woke up, had breakfast with my ol' man and hit the road to Reno. Stopped in to Pie-Face Pizza Co. and had an amazing Lunch with Pie-Face co-owner Robbie Sell and fresh UNR engineering student Peter Benchetler. Did a drive by on the ol' Alma mater and pinned it to Lake Almanor (God's Country) without a minute to spare. There were times when we thought we were going to be changing into our wedding costumes on the side of the road in the forest. The wedding, wow! Amazing setting and great times! Next morning we grabbed some coffee and Rev. Brusven and headed North to Anderson to check out a fresh litter of Spins. Still no word on if we are getting one or not. After that it was a mellow drive down to Sacto where we dropped off the always a good time Brusven and we head over to meet the new Latzen. Spent a fine evening and morning with the Latzen fam and then it was on the road south to Costa Mesa. The End.
Tuesday, September 7, 2010
The PB & J (pineapple, basil & jalapeno)
Friday, August 6, 2010
I grew up watching the Bones Brigade videos. The Bones Brigade was on a different level and it wasn't until Public Domain, that the skating and skaters featured in the movies seemed accessible. Over the years I have had the opportunity to meet a few skaters, but last night was the first time I had the privilege of meeting Lance Mountain. It was amazing! What I knew from his on camera humor, is true to life. He is a funny and humble individual and when I asked him how has he kept skating and laughing through all the years, he replied with, "Pain, that, and Neil Blender." His answer floored me. Here I am talking to Lance Mountain, a huge influence in my life and he let's me know that Neil Blender is the motivator, one who I would have casually assumed as his peer. I asked Lance about mini Mountain, and he pointed over to the DJ, and said, "there he is, he is into music. We get to skate on Friday's together but that's about it." I remember the side by side editorial shots of the two of them skating in the mags. Anyway, it got me thinking about the 1 to 2 times a year that I go out and play golf with my old man. Thanks Lance for totally exceeding any and all expectations I had of meeting you. I barely slept last night.
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
The party was an epic success. Heavy Skating went down and hundreds of Beers were drank. Thanks to all the Bros who traveled from far and wide by bike and by car to make it. Shoot, we even had a late evening Viking invasion. Here are some of the highlight photos. All Pics by Jared Eberhardt that were shot in between his gnarly runs.