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Cell phone photos from the first week in RI, July 2013 – Part 1

Starting with the Denver Airport. Chip and I were flying home together and our flight got delayed a few hours. So we ended up having a few beers at a bar… Finally made it to the gate… and on the plane… We flew to Rhode Island early for Grandpa Chet’s funeral, so that was how we spent our first day
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Arvada Skateshop Appreciation and Foundation Spot

  Saturday was the Square State Skate’s Skateshop Appreciation Day at Arvada Park. I got there about halfway through and mixed some skating with taking some photos. There were a series of best trick contest on different obstacles, and I only caught three of them in photos…       After the stairs/rail challenge, there was the snake run challenge,
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Baltimore Trip in phone photos

Our trip began at 3:30 am. That’s important to note when you see this first photo (waiting for the shuttle in the Pike’s Peak lot at the Denver airport… Somewhere near Dallas TX… The next morning in Hampden… First breakfast was at the Golden West. Then off to the Ridge… Joey was there. We skated a street spot, then off
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Rhode Island in september – day 5 sunday the 16th

After my butterfly hunting adventure, I headed back to the beach house for some breakfast. Chip was there And Clay and Liz……having cheese, crackers and red wine for breakfast. Ha. Then Liz went home to get some stuff for the day. I went to pick her up and stopped by the bathroom by her house… Liz and I took a
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Rhode Island in september – day 1 wednesday the 12th

Woke up on the farm. In fact the only morning of the whole trip that I woke up on the farm. To so much sunlight. And freshly-picked vegetables from my parent’s garden…I went to work with my dad for a bit. The barn is starting to rot close to the ground I believe, so they are rebuilding the framework basically.
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Beer Bottling Night

The first mission was getting the siphon going… We collected bottles over the last few weeks… although 24 of the bottles I brought home were unusable due to color (or lack of color) and twist-off caps. And, for some reason, all the Fat Tires I brought home were more of a challenge capping than the rest. Even so, we collected
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