I asked Bill Kaschner (notable fisherman & owner of Cream City Skatepark) to make a mix that would represent and symbolize how he lived his life in his favorite car he ever owned – a 1989 Toyota Tercel w/ a custom audio system. While this car is certainly blessed simply by being Bill’s all-time favorite automobile, it also has an extra special notch in its proverbial belt – it was featured on a FTC t-shirt!
Setting – Cass Street School – mid-1990s. Keith Hufnagel skates towards the ultra steep bank ramp and blasts a backside flip for the ages. A shutter snaps capturing this small slice of time. History is made, and the Tercel happened to be there. Right place, right time.
Break out your subwoofers, cook up a Jack’s Pizza, and live like Bill did two decades ago.
Hello there… I’m Nate Joski. You may remember me from such notable skateboard websites as vromanskateboarding.net and the Barn Crew myspace page. I moved out to Los Angeles seven years ago and became a Hollywood big shot, saw Eric Koston in a bakery and spotted Lizard King at the mall, even skated the Berrics a few times. Eventually I got burnt on the scene, got married, and later became a dad. Now I’ve returned to Wisconsin to live the modest lifestyle of a stay at home dad.
Since free time is fairly nonexistent these days I’ll post up some relics from the past that I’ve dug out just for you. Here’s a little Estabrook montage I filmed sometime in 2009 and edited together like 5 years later. It was a lawless mess around that place and I definitely contributed to the scatter of soggy wooden obstacles .
Speaking of lawless times… Here’s a video from our second “Gnarbeque” we put on. We had no idea what we were doing, but it was a lot of fun.
And last stop on my little estabrook nostalgia trip: here’s a screen shot of the short lived Estabrook website I made. Zero donations collected, haha! I’m so stoked on all the time and hard work people have put into estabrook and hope I can help out on builds in the future.
’til next time dudes, it feels good to be back.