#BoardrBoys Chill Time in New York City

Posted by Chaz Miley on Thursday, May 26, 2016

This weekend was The Boardr Am stop at NYC.

First stop as always was South Of The Border.
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You have to eat well when you're on the road.
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Road views.
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There's a YouTube documentary about Larry out there somewhere.
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Have you seen this truck? Someone stole it from us.
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This hill was no joke.
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One last wash before someone came up on a new truck.
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The band is in town.
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1st stop in NJ, a random bodega.
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Get 300 points and win a free beer.
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The Body loves the locals.
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Waking up to this was no fun. The truck is gone and it wasn't any of us that took it.
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You never know what you'll see in NYC. I really had no idea what was going on here.
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Spotted Christian Henry at a random bodega with his 4th place trophy.
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The Body is always paying attention.
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Off to the G-Shock party.
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Lots of walking in NYC.
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Can't let boss man get wet.
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Spencer Fujimoto of El Sen~or was holding it down all weekend
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Dylan in his natural habitat.
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Small spaces, big parties.
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Ron Hunter was out and about.
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Pat Steiner looking for a way to skip the line to the bar.
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Jessica Forsyth from the HHF was amazing help all weekend.
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Dylan found a new job as a bouncer.
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Classic #BoardrBoys bar pose.
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Dylan quit that bouncer job and started working for Uber.
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I'll never understand New York fashion.
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The Body was leaving Shaqueefa shirts all over the city all weekend long.
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Joe loves small hotels.
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Now we wait for Uber's to take us home. Good-bye NYC.
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