The first time I took a skateboard off my dad’s old pickup truck in the summer of 2010, he gave it a little slap, because he was sick of having to haul it up and down the driveway.
The truck had been sitting there since 1985, and the engine had never been updated.
He’d used it only for about two weeks when the pickup came out of storage for a new owner.
“I was trying to convince him to go on a trip to California to get a snowboard and snowmobile, and he told me he was going to try it out.
So I just went out there and rode it.
I never rode a snowmobile in my life.
I was the only person that rode it and I didn’t do much to it, but it was a nice ride.
I didn- I rode it in the snow.
So we just got the snowboard.
It’s an old-school snowboard, it’s a little light and not very aggressive, but you get a little bit of speed out of it.
The last snowboard I ever rode was the Gossamer-Powered Skateboards from the 70s.
It had a little flip-top and that kind of snowboard was just the thing for me.
I’ve ridden a lot of different things over the years, and I’ve always wanted to try something different.
I’m not trying to do something out of the box, I’m just trying to figure out what I like.
So for the past two years, I’ve been riding a lot.
I have a little skate park, and now I’m riding the same thing in a small park that I used to own.
I’ll be riding it around in a few months.
So it’s been a lot for me to be on the same road and to see all these people and see how they live and the different styles of riding and the differences in style.
And it’s so rewarding to be in a group of people that are all doing something different, to get feedback on your riding.
What I love about it is that it’s all about the rider.
It doesn’t matter if you’re on a street course or on the mountain, or on a mountain bike.
You can just be yourself and you’re riding the board.
I think that’s the thing that keeps me going, and it’s also the thing I think makes me successful in my own life, too.
I love to be around people who are trying to get the most out of their life.
And that’s what I try to do, too, because I try not to judge my own work or my own style or anything.
I just go for it.