Cool, wet air hung from the roving sky, but no rain.
Counted one broad flux of light in a particularly thin layer between waves and ripples of the water-heavy clouds, two geese who ate and cackled after each line (was my first impression wrong, are these geese cool?), and two seagulls from Lake Erie cruising on the same wind as the clouds.
Pumped the brakes today when I realized I should acquaint myself with the nose kick turn required for the 180 nose blunt or else. Good thing: I found out my balance sucks over the front wheels, in general, every direction, all over, real bad.
One positive from the session in terms of body and spatial awareness as essential to conscious skateboarding was getting better acquainted with the ground. Ow.
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