The Tree Rail – Backcountry Skateboarding

Posted by Helge Zirkl | August 9th, 2012 Share

Recently a few hundred trees were clear cut directly behind the property the brothers Dave and Steve Mull. Their neighbor’s motive: to aesthetically improve his land with a view to the church steeple in town. Picturesque. Afterwards, Davey Crockett scoured the clearing for leftovers and built a mountain man rail. ❚

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