Unfortunately, all good things come to an end. I came back to Poland. I will not elaborate more on how great the USA trip was, how great is California, and what amazing people I met there. I will also not write, that I fulfilled my dream, that I skated best parks and spots in the world. I will focus on what’s up here and now!
“…I will focus on 4 most important things that happened since my last update…”
1. Razors Warehouse Spot – I managed to score really nice session here – pretty much everybody have seen those grind-boxes 1000 times, but the thing is they are not so easy! Quite high, short, slippy approach and landing. I imagined that spot way different that it really is. Anyway after some struggle I got few clips that I`m happy with!
“…It`s been almost 2 weeks since I arrived to San Diego. After I met a NYC policeman who blades I though nothing will surprise me – I was wrong…One of the SD local who approached me few days after my arrival was Darron Wilkerson. It turned out, this always smiling guy is a professional soldier of US Navy. He stationed in Europe for 2 years and got a chance to visit Poland. Darron works on night shifts yet it seems like it doesn`t affect his skating at all – he still goes out and blades everyday…”
“….The next day brought me, Richard and Derek Hallem to one of the most famous spot in San Diego – Chicano Park. Perfect ledges that I watched hundred times in videos – I was sooo happy to finally get a chance to skate them…”
It`s not so sunny in California all the time as Albert Hammond depicted it in his song. It has been my fifth day at this wonderful place yet it was raining for 2 days straight.Other than that San Diego is amazing!!! Open-minded people, vibes and SPOTS!
“…Few days ago, when I was standing in a queue at some China Town restaurant this policeman approached me and asked if the skates I was holding were the new Franky`s USDs. I was positively shocked to hear that the guy has been blading for 15 years!! We chat a little bit about the local scene and spots – it turned out that he is familiar with Hedonskate and he never gives tickets for street blading!…”