For as long as I can remember my farther always had custom boards that no one else would have. They always stuck out, were always different and always changing. This board we did with my father has been a favorite of mine for many years. People would always ask him for them. He would always say “It looks like a black Ferrari”. It has a highly glossed black bottom layer, which has the appeal of a hood of a car. It’s one of the few boards I’ve ever thought was “pretty”. This is our first guest board we’ve done and its his shape. It only made scene to do this project with my farther first. I hope you like as much as we do.
Ryan and I were on a Coala Tree trip to Utah and we ended the trip by hiking the infamous Angels Landing hike at Zion National Park. I only say infamous because I am not much of a hiker and before going all I heard about was how many people have died falling from cliffs on this hike. Six people in the last Ten years to be exact, which averages to about 0.6 people a year, but I prefer the annual death rate of most my hikes to be under the 0.2 mark. Naturally after making it to the top we thought it would be a good idea to grab his board and get a photo at a particular skate-able slab of rock. We got caught by a park ranger who claimed we would be arrested when we got to the base of the mountain, but it turns out he was bluffing, or maybe his buddies were too busy busting cartoon bears stealing pic-a-nic baskets.