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    Default What's on your skateboarding bucket list?

    I just wanted to see what skateboarding-related things you want to do/see before you die.
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    I want a week at Maryhill, a dry summer in Portland Or., Giants Head, Black Pearl, Louisville after the rehab, Spring Texas and most importantly a few weeks in ABQ riding ditches.
    that's gonna leave a mark.........yup gravity still works

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    To still be skating in my 60s.
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    Good thread!

    Skate a pipe. Skate some ditches.
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    And to be able to skate the shit out of curbs/parking blocks.

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    Skate with my grandkids.

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    skate outside my country

    Skate until atleast 40 years old of age
    Above the lakes, above the vales,
    The mountains and the woods, the clouds, the seas,
    Beyond the sun, beyond the ether,
    Beyond the confines of the starry spheres,
    My soul, you move with ease

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coleman View Post
    skate outside my country

    Skate until atleast 40 years old of age
    Done.

    Skate Venice Beach was on my list. That was a pretty overrated experience IMHO. The park there is really tight; didn't dig the flow at all.

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    not too mention it gets overly crowded as soon as ten in the morning and it only gets worse and worse later during the day... i had more fun skating the little plaza thing across the park with the uphill ledge, the famous manual pad and this little bump / steep quarterpipe obstacle thing, which isn't even that fun either... cruising around is more fun

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    film another video part

    make a full-length video with all my homies

    ride for a shop

    have a youtube following and hype up the local scene

    contribute to this local mag, check it Puazo Magazine on facebook

    learn more flip tricks

    still skate in my 30's

    keep up with your friends and still have friends when I age in skateboarding

    teach some more kids how to skate

    build another miniramp

    build a d.i.y. spot

    wax up another 10 or so ledges around town

    film some videos with my other homies

    learn inverts

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    I just want to cruise the streets of NYC like superrr bad. It's not even that far away from me (8 hours) and I have the money and the friends to go with but every single time we plan it, it falls through.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Number6 View Post
    Done.

    Skate Venice Beach was on my list. That was a pretty overrated experience IMHO. The park there is really tight; didn't dig the flow at all.
    you ever get to skate the old TJ skatepark? I wish I could put that snake run in my backyard


    Quote Originally Posted by ben_larsen View Post
    I just want to cruise the streets of NYC like superrr bad. It's not even that far away from me (8 hours) and I have the money and the friends to go with but every single time we plan it, it falls through.
    get on a train and just do it your self
    that's gonna leave a mark.........yup gravity still works

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    Quote Originally Posted by MRCK View Post
    not too mention it gets overly crowded as soon as ten in the morning and it only gets worse and worse later during the day... i had more fun skating the little plaza thing across the park with the uphill ledge, the famous manual pad and this little bump / steep quarterpipe obstacle thing, which isn't even that fun either... cruising around is more fun
    Yeah, cruising between there and the pier was probably the best part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xgecko View Post
    you ever get to skate the old TJ skatepark? I wish I could put that snake run in my backyard




    get on a train and just do it your self
    Nah, never did. Missed out. I got to skate Del Mar and Upland for about a year before they closed though, so I've got that going for me.

    Which is nice...

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    TJ skatepark was a complete ghetto (and in the ghetto off the uphill end of Revolution) but it was an awesome snake run.
    that's gonna leave a mark.........yup gravity still works

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    boardslide a handrail, indy grab on a halfpipe

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    Keep having fun.

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    I just want to always progress and just enjoy skating! (I enjoy progression)

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    I don't really have one.

    I would have loved to be able to skate at EMB...but in its heyday, I don't know that I would've had the courage...that's like the only place I probably would've felt truly intimidated.

    I'd love to skate some of the famous places, but even just seeing them in real life would be fun. Like Venice Beach to fulfull the Thrashin' thing.
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    be able to bs flip down stairs

    nollie heel

    do proper tuck-knee grabs

    be a part of a group of skaters

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    Quote Originally Posted by RockenPunk View Post

    be a part of a group of skaters
    Do it. Skating's so much more fun with a group of friends than by yourself. I always tend to get more frustrated skating by myself because I don't get distracted haha
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