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The Build Film

by Aggro_Gator • 04/02/2013

Waiting Out Winter

by jpr • 02/12/2013

"A homage to all craftspeople who spend their winters tucked inside their workshops waiting for better weather."

Brought to you by: Cast & Salvage castandsalvage.com

Directed by: Andrew David Watson

Music by: Huma-Huma

Radio Voice Over by: Blake Delong

 

Silly Japanese, that's no plant.

by Anonymous (not verified) • 01/20/2013
I can't believe this is real.

We like bikes too.

by Anonymous (not verified) • 01/20/2013

Flantland is a particular part of BMX that is often overlooked. To be honest it’s not really even overlooked, because that would involve some acknowledgement that it exists. That being said, it’s actually the most time consuming, most difficult, and most interesting part of BMX. Try just to imagine the time and thought that went into these runs. Sorry Flatland, you will always be the weird family member of BMX that is super into collecting Real Dolls, so there is nothing to talk to you about. I love you, you’re family and all, but I’ll probably just talk to you next Christmas.

Salt River

by jpr • 01/18/2013

The Salt River is more known for the excessive amount of drunken idiots that float down it in the summer than it is for anything else (which causes its own problems to the river ecosystem), but in reality, it is a very beautiful river settled in the mountains just east ( 20 minute drive from my house) outside of Phoenix. It could also be a very productive tailwater fishery if somehow AZGF could lock down some water rights (they basically turn the river to a lake in winter, shut down all flows), could control some of the trash caused by the littering drunk idiots (the river looks more like a landfill in places than a desert sanctuary).

 

With all the problems that the river faces, it is really close, it is really pretty, and it even fishes well (if you like small finless trout, small bass, or you're not above catching suckers). It's not uncommon to fish along side the groups of wild horses that come in from the reservation that is close by, see an eagle cruising up the canyon, but it's also not uncommon to fish next to a redneck with a throwing net, a family throwing rocks in the river in your hole, or even at you, or spend more time picking up old beer cans from the river and its banks than fishing. But sometimes in life you have to learn to turn a blind eye on some things and make the most out of any situation that life throws at you...

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