This parking block was donated by the American Legion Post 180. I painted it and did a few coats of lacquer and drove it to the skate park I grew up skating at. The park is so neglected and poorly designed from the jump. But we still manage to have fun there and make the best of it.
Just putting a block on this mellow pyramid makes a world of difference. A million trick possibilities have been opened up where there once was limitation. Hopefully the city won’t take it away.
Skateboarding taught me that if I’m not happy to go and make my own happiness. If there’s something wrong to do something about it. Thank you skateboarding.
Dusty is moving to Arizona in about a week. We’ve been in the streets filming all summer for a full part for him. It’s been a trip working on it and we didn’t even accomplish half of what we set out to do. But between him getting married, working 40 hours a week, and traveling to Arizona to set up his new life; he hammered out a lot.
Dusty has always supported and pushed Broke Skateboards since day one. I don’t know what we are going to be without him but I know he’ll keep killing it no matter where he is. Happy trails Dusty, you’re one of the good ones.