Last modified: April 20, 2010

MMI 9 Friday

As some of you know I headed down to MMI this weekend.  The posts on this are going to be very photo heavy so I'm going to break down the events by day.

On Friday we spent the day rolling around town, exploring, and drinking.  Walk with me.

This is the skylight in the Breakaway bathroom, I was still in a daze from the long van ride and was super stoked on it, so I took a photo.

I know right. 

Then off to Miller Field for some sightseeing/pooping/drinking

Then off to Lakewood (I think) cemetary to see the "Valley of the Kings".  Which is where the three big beer families of Milwaukee all have monuments that face each other.

Pabst

Schlitz

Blatz

In the cemetary was also this rad pond that I rode

I also took this photo of our esteemed host Mark, because I we are that mature



We then rode along this super rad aqueduct that was all Mad Max post apocalyptic.  Where we drank more beer and I sessioned some super fun banks

The Dropout is the best vehicle for urban exploration, you can trick on it or just ride gnarly stuff.  It's perfect.




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