Upgrades to the Dream Driveway

Today was a bit of prep work for a new addition to the Dream Driveway. It's simply moving rocks and dirt from point a to point b for now, like a bunch of worker ants.

Upgrades to the Dream Driveway

Posted by Rob Meronek 9 years ago on November 0th, 2013

Today was a bit of prep work for a new addition to the Dream Driveway. It's simply moving rocks and dirt from point a to point b for now, like a bunch of worker ants.

Dream Driveway Quarter

Right there next to that quarter, a rock pile needs to form as the base for extended skateboarding stuff.

Chris Cantwell Gitter Dunn

Chris Cantwell started The Shop Skateshop in Bradenton recently and knows his way around the 'crete, so he's the foreman or whatever on this. Gitter dunnnnnn.

Scott Bentley and Justin Ryan Gitter Dunn
Justin Ryan Photo

Worker ants Scott Bentley and Justin Ryan.

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The Pile

The pile grows with any random concrete pieces you can find.

Ryan Clements Circumcises the Caulk

Oh there's caulk to be handled? Ryan Clements' jumps right on the caulk. First, however, you must circumcise the caulk before the tip will squirt the macho nectar.

Ryan Clements Rams the Big Black the Caulk

Looks like it's big black caulk, too. You gotta ram that caulk hard like Clem is demonstrating here. Chris is ready to run the train with that caulk.

Ryan Clements Neighbor

Ryan's neighbor has some kind of metal shop going on where he provides pieces of the coping.

Ryan Clements Grinding
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Handling all that caulk makes you want to grind.

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Ryan Clements Smith Grind
Ryan Clements Photo

One quick skate photo after a sweep up. Phase two beings another day.

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