old man where you been so long?



haha stoke eyes!  Eye wore them a lot today as I spent the day chasing adventures and fun times on both land and sea.  I went for a craft with 3 other chill seekers in the Maroochy river and had a post-picnic-on-deserted-island meander through and intricate web of riparian foliage and floodplain. I got to skate too (with a lift!!!) an extremely enjoyable hill in Buderim and got to test out the new board with a tree-covered 80km/h mountain road which meant I lost my marbles, as did a local policeman so we proceeded to chuckle about things like truck drivers, heart attack stricken old ladies and departed with “i’ll call you and give you some pointers……”
















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work friends Mitch, Sam and Dylan





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and a boat


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and a song











and a skate pic as per the flare on the clip above..



sliced chadder







and a 😉
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