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Tim O'Connor's Blog from Day 3 of the Midwest Skate Tour

We found gorgeous well-dressed lives in Columbus, Ohio on the next day of the tour. Danny Garcia was added to the trip at this point and we all agreed that this was good. We began the day by stopping over at Embassy skateshop to say what's up to the peoples over there and just peep out their store. There were a bunch of super cool peoples over at Embassy and they had a sick shop with nice lazy-boys to park your bones in and watch videos at your leisure. We headed over to the outdoor cement park fairly soon after where I warmed up with a wallie to superman over the biggest jersey barrier I've ever laid eyes on. I'm pretty sure Joe Hammeke got a photo of that ill fated first attempt of mine. (Hopefully it will get attached to this blog thingy) I eventually wallied the thing successfully and I high-fived myself when I landed it. Justin Brock ripped this park up as well. Everybody ripped it as a matter a fact. David Clark did a blunt fakie on the giant jersey barrier. Danny Garcia was rippin' the ledges along with Jake Johnson. Reese and Alex Olson were flying around all sexy like and then it started to rain just when things were winding down. I almost forgot to add that one of my favorite all time humans on the planet, Dickie Munscenski, was now aboard the Magical Quiksilver Mystery Tour as well and he was BBQ'ing away while we were skating the park. When the rain kicked in we all mozied on over to hork down some chow that Dickie chef'd up with the local folk. It was good times through and through and there were a lot of cool kids at the park. Thanks to everyone that came out and I hope you all got a free hot dog or something out of it. Free meats and free gear for the masses. That's always a good day. --Tim O'Connor