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Skating during the day is a challenge, given WFH and the COVID-19 restrictions on skateparks here in Melbourne. Under the cover of darkness, I head out for a skate. I only get to skate at night, mostly. #RepossedToSkate #Skateboarding pic.twitter.com/3PY2ZqvEE1 — RepossessedToSkate (@REP2SKATE) April 27, 2020

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Photo of skateboard and kerb, at night.

At the best of times, it’s a challenge to find time to skate. It’s either under the cover of darkness, first thing in the morning or late at night. This time it was late at night. Yes! Let’s skate (and film) together once I’ve found some form, fitness and first tries on this weird thing, […]

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I’ve formed a three-piece DIY-Garage-Grind-Fam-Core band with my two children. We’re called Puking Love, and we’re love-sick. We sing about all the things that matter to people that are 7, 9 and 40+ years of age – homework, increasing vocabulary, chores, screen time, and more. 'F word' live on #DS106RADIO – MON 30 MARCH, 2020 […]

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I got to skate for about one hour, yesterday. In full daylight, and everything. I worked on the slappy-inspired crooked grind, where I slightly lift the front truck and then place it on the edge of the small ledge. The goal is to grind the front truck while the rear of the board flails up […]

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