This leg of the journey was like a shit sandwich: great park, shitty park, great park. At RailSide, the sun was shining and the chill factor was at an all time high. We busted out the cooler of cold ones and sandwiches, while Haslam and Appleyard busted out tricks up the Euro gap. (Side note/opinion: every park should have a Euro gap) When the cops sauntered up to see what was going down, we closed the cooler and took it as our sign to mozie on.
Settlers Park turned out to be a bump on the ground. Seriously, that's what it was. Most of us opted to stay in the van, but Haslam took on the task and popped a few big ollies. Wait a minute, where's Ryan and Mark?...
Pitt Meadows is ruling. Another heavy session here where everyone skated and all three of the pros got tricks. Stefan Shipmaker was drunk by now and offered up $20 to whoever pole jammed the Salmon rail. Rob Rickaby gladly accepted and did it first try. Unfortunately, no photographers were around to capture the disappointment and remorse on Stefan's face.
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