After a fun night in Orlando with our old friends and Girlfriends, where we ate, drank and were more merry than usual, Frank, Brandon and I kept heading east to visit my old friend Frosty. He’s no stranger to this blog, but he recently left his 10-year position at the Skatepark for a new opportunity in Daytona Beach; He’s now working in air conditioning. We were already in Orlando so why not drive another hour or so and check in on the Snowman?
We skated The Property, a DIY spot out in the wilderness of Eastern Florida. It’s really sketchy and hard to skate, but in the best way possible. It’s kind of private but since Frosty’s girlfriend and her parents own about 100 acres (maybe more) next to The Property we have a hall pass to skate it. Thanks Leighann!
There’s a gigantic pool out there. It’s massive, but Brandon Knowles was able to skate it. Back smith.
Peanut Gallery. Leighann, Frosty, Devin Bagnoli and Jesse Alderman.
Brandon Knowles, frontside feeble.
Devin Bagnoli skating the other section of The Property. It’s a mini Burnside style course. Way mellower and way more fun. Backside Crail.
Frank had been wanting to skate this thing for years. Frontside grind.
This thing is Devin’s home turf. Frontside lipslide.
Devin had the frontside crail down too.
Jesse Alderman front smithed this. The coping sticks out a few inches too long.
Frosty wanted to get in on the action too. Feeble while Leighann watches on.
Frontside ollie trasfer from the weird mini spine to the quarterpipe.
Brandon slid this back lip over the channel.
Frank definitely made his time out on The Property count. Front tailslide.
Brandon shut it down at dusk with this back smith.
Thanks for the good times Frosty and Leighann!