It's warm enough to skate outdoors here in Toronto so I took a quick roll down the street.
Two years ago the Ice Storm had just rolled through and many were still without power.
Dropping off a skateboard for the Tattooed Santa Toy and Food Cruise @ Thrive Studios, Cambridge.
We were lucky our damage was minimal but this branch almost hit our dogs, who wanted to pee at 2am.
A year ago I had hit Elmira a few days before and was working a night shift on Christmas Eve.
Cold but clear.
The bowl, however, was not clear. I would have to wait until spring to skate it.
But the biggest surprise last Christmas was our son being born early on Christmas Day.
Three days old with his first deck.
This past year has flown by. Watching our little man grow, skating with my wife and with friends and doing some skatepark advocacy.
I'll have to get some trucks and wheels soon.
Gem joined us at Skatelife this year and we hope his trip home is safe and his return is soon.
Logan wasn't sure of Tattooed Santa, but left some skateboards for the toy drive anyways.
Skatelife hit up Muskoka Woods again this year. Here's the clip.
12.5 foot drop-in and biggest boardslide I've ever done in one clip.
More to come...