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CrumblingInfrastructure

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Riding The Rails/Hostels
« on: February 19, 2018, 01:22:04 PM »
Do any of you have experience doing long term train trips? I'm planning on a 30 day trip via the Amtrak pass. (Sea-Chi-NY-ATL-NOLA-HOU-AUS-LA-SF-PDX-Sea). Just wondering if anyone on here has reccomendations on Gear (Skate/Travel), Places to hit, Advice on Hostels, etc. This will be my first long term trip and i've only been to CHI, SF, and PDX before so the middle chunk will be all new territory.

Thanks in advance!

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Re: Riding The Rails/Hostels
« Reply #1 on: May 01, 2018, 08:11:12 AM »
Do any of you have experience doing long term train trips? I'm planning on a 30 day trip via the Amtrak pass. (Sea-Chi-NY-ATL-NOLA-HOU-AUS-LA-SF-PDX-Sea). Just wondering if anyone on here has reccomendations on Gear (Skate/Travel), Places to hit, Advice on Hostels, etc. This will be my first long term trip and i've only been to CHI, SF, and PDX before so the middle chunk will be all new territory.

Thanks in advance!
Well dog I've been doing that for quite sometime and eneded in 11' however recommendations for spots and textbook other stuff your inquiring about. Just kick it at each different sk8 shop tell em your story and someone will sort you out. Now essentials for gear now you've been to the south well it gets humid as fuck, socks and drawer's aplenty to help with swampass. Everything else is common knowledge just be cool don't act like an idiot and you'll be straight
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Re: Riding The Rails/Hostels
« Reply #2 on: May 01, 2018, 10:02:34 PM »
Hell ya, that sounds rad.

Start with a fairly new pair of shoes.

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Re: Riding The Rails/Hostels
« Reply #3 on: May 02, 2018, 09:17:18 PM »
Hell ya, that sounds rad.

Start with a fairly new pair of shoes.

I'm thinking about setting up a brand new deck and retiring it as a wall hanger after the trip (30+) days. Definitely looking forward to hitting up a bunch of different parks/shops on my way around. So far if as long as I manage to sell some old glass blowing equipment I should hit my mark and be able to head out near the end of June.