The third day started out slowly as we all grumbled out of our sleeping zones, some lucky enough to score beds while the rest flopped out on the available couch space. Once the nessesary coffee and breakfast was found and devoured we made our way to Exit Real World Skateshop in the heart of northwest Portland. A super clean shop with all the right stuff and cool people, Exit had it dialed. Exit also linked us up with one of their team riders, Elliot Murphy, who would meet up with us at the Beaverton Park, his local stomping grounds.
Heli budgets, sleds, secret spots, triple corks, energy drinks? Forget about 'em! At least thats what we're doing. We're creating a real snowboard video, that brings together friends and awesome times on their snowboards. We've Gone Wild for snowboarding and we're bringing you another Airblaster movie Fall 2013!
Stay tuned to myairblaster.com for more updates from the Airblaster family while filming for the new video
With the hot sun beating down on our lackluster campsite we all reluctantly started to get up and pack up our sprawling mess. An hour later with our broken trailer in tow we pulled into Government Camp in the shadow of Mt.Hood to meet up with friends Nicky “Nickman” Grieves and Brandon Cocard. Two classic friends and Portlandites whose hospitality and local knowledge would be indispensable to us during our stay.