By Ryan Williams
Hey, So My pal Leon and I recently went to San Deeago, California to visit our friends, skate some dry concrete, and catch some Billy Bass. We started out with a round of spicy tomato drinks before we hopped on the plane.
Our first stop was Washington Street next to the freak’n airport to do some concrete hacking. Our good friend Brooks, was our O-Side Guide for a fun filled week of slappy curbs, hanging out under some bridges, fishing, catching up with friends, and pounding an unknown amount of breakfast burrito bombs the size of your head from Angelo’s.
Double Trailer Park Hook Up
Remember that scene from Top Gun, Crotch rocket in the rain…
Boogie Boardin the deep end.
Ollie the navigator.
Leroy and Cobra at Angelo’s and Tapatio.
While we were there our friends from Portland and Santa Barbara joined in the fun. Thanks Riley!
Cobra Kyle and his dad took us out on their sweet sailboat thing named Tess for some halibut fishing right off of Camp Pendleton ( One of the biggest Marine bases in the U.S.) where we saw a variety of sketchy military vehicles like hover crafts, fighter jets, attack helicopters and more.
Check out the photo of Tess with the airbrushed naked mermaid on the side they had painted in Mexico. Our only fish of the day were a palm size halibut and Leon’s hilarious croaker fish.
Squeeze its belly and you hear the sound of a frog getting squished by a car tire. Brooks tried to catch Nugget with the croaker severed head after a few soda’s.
Hanging out on the boat all day, drinking no water, plenty of soda’s, and you’ve got the poster boy for the next Weekend at Bernie’s Movie.
We took a hole host of night fishing photos at this rad spot in Carlsbad, California. First, suite up in full camouflage, dodge the “Bro-Dozers” on your way to the hole, pack your pole and some worms, maybe a few refreshments, jump over the fence into a gated community, and lastly hook a bunch of big fish all night until the sun comes up in a bunch of old rich sleepy peoples backyards. Watch out for security.
Dickville eviction notice.
We found some of John Ortgeasen”SkateParkArchitech” sweet concrete work.
Hey, where the heck is that indoor bowl? “Hey Luke, maybe you should pour some concrete in the carport of your rented house.” Anyway, thanks Brooks, Sara, and Ollie for the week of hospitality!
R & L