The most iconic spot on the trip for sure, was Seylynn. This snake run is thought to be Canada's oldest surviving skatepark, but there are a few points of contention. One: there is HappyLand in Winnipeg. Two: the photographer from the North Shore News who came down to shoot a cover told me he knows of a skatepark buried underground on the North Shore that predates Seylynn and is currently being excavated. This photographer wasn't the only one shooting covers at Seylynn. Dylan Doubt and Haslam were nostalgic for classic covers and worked on recreating a few beauties.
How do you follow Seylynn? With a Hastings Bowl session! It was old meets new. You gotta know where you come from, in order to know where you're going. Appleyard dips in to his bag of tricks and DeCenzo reverts back to his good 'ol self—Ehrenreich gets it all.
Continuing along the evolutionary trail of skateparks, Confed boasts a sick bowl but a near-miss on a gravelly, awkward street course. Bradley Sheppard's local, so he knows the lines and DeCenzo, well, he can skate anything. Grison, Doubt and Nicholas agree.
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