summer is approaching fast. i cannot wait. a may trip back to d.c. with the kids. june obx trip with the whole family then right back a week later for some grown up fun with old friends. a two week vacation in august with no where to go and nothing to do except grow a beard. hopefully finances will stay strong as money has been tight lately. skating is free and with the new norfolk park coming i'm hoping for some more riding in the future.. lame oh... post.. but holla at me this summer. knees in the breeze. more ramblin' to come
Posted by swampy at 12:34 AM
so marissa and i went to d.c. over the weekend to meet up with tami and paul from n.y.c.. i have known tami since high school and she is one of my best friends.we left the kids at marissa's parents so it was an adult beverage weekend. the mission of the trip was to see art. we hit up the hirshhorn and the national gallery.the hirshhorn had a joseph albers exhibit among other fine pieces and the national gallery had a mark rothko exhibit. rothko is one of my favorite painters. fun was had and we also had a excellent afghanistan meal at a restaurant named balmin in alexandria. too much fun. did i mention no kids???
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Posted by swampy at 7:57 PM
it just seems crazy to me the money a city will spend on a skate park. you can build a smaller version of this
for half the money... i imagine anyways. i have no idea???? i skate everything modestly but i have no desire to jam a bunch of stuff together to make a jumble fuck of a skate park. especially if the city has money to spend and build a couple of parks in 5 years. two seperate parks seem like a logical idea... a transition park and a street park but thats just me. what the hell do i know...
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