I recently downloaded this app called Skate Spots. It lets you log spots by automatically getting the map location for you while you add all the extras like a photo, the type of spot, the bust factor, and any notes you want. I tested it out in my neighborhood where I live in Downtown Tampa. I'm lucky that I can push out my front door and find all these skateboarding spots withing a few blocks of each other, especially with them all being such a wide variety of skill level and style. Notice how I don't count the Bro Bowl as a skate spot. Yep, I'm hating. Blow that thing up already and build something new. I still can't believe that useless giant bird bath is still keeping us from getting a new skate park downtown. Oops, okay, back on topic. Anyway, I combined my use of the app with a nice tour for you of a few downtown Tampa skate spots I pass by on the regular as I roll around down here.
Skate Spots App here. I like how it will get your latitude and longitude coordinates for you, then from there, you create a new spot. You can add a photo, notes, and trick list to each spot. A quick view of the map of spots you've created is useful for remembering what's nearby after you get a good list going. Nice job on this app, Sean!
the cop followed me in and dragged me out.
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