Course Demolition 2012

Posted on Thursday, October 25, 2012 by Porpe

By Porpe

The courtyard is looking like a lumberyard. I wonder what is going to be built with this wood.
Here is the demolition crew that is hard at work.
First step of demolition is to get the coping off.
When the Skatelite is being pulled up, then it is a good sign that we might be seeing some concrete.
Goodbye old hubba, I'm pretty sure we will be saying hello to a new hubba soon.
This obstacle was fun for the first few months, but I am glad to see it go. Goodbye baby wave, you will be missed.
I'm pretty sure we will see these banks and brick gap used in the new course. I am just not sure where and how they will use these them.
I can't remember the last time I walked into the course from the Shop and there weren't ramp decks above me.
This is just one of the many trips that we took to the city dump.
Looks like the roll-in isn't going anywhere, and it will live forever.
I wonder if they will replace the sheets of Skatelite where the Neckface puke is located.
After three long days this is what the course demolition looks like. The Team Pain crew is here, and they have already started building some new obstacles. I spy a quarter-pipe hip and a pyramid being built. Can't wait to see what they come up with this year. We will keep you updated in the next few days.

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