All words & Photos: Sean Kerrick Sullivan
Friday Night. December 3, 2010. Snow in the streets of Salt Lake City. The Rail Gardens. Pizza. Homemade trophies. Beer. Videograss. Grass. Music. Friends. Lights. Generators. PARTY.
A film-season kick off party? I wouldn’t take it that far, but by the time you read this, just about every crew in snowboarding will be fully operational, stacking shots, and doing what they do best.
Justin Meyer and the Videograss crew were generous enough to bust out their lights and generators to throw a little get down at one of snowboarding’s most well known spots. The Rail Gardens. A proving ground, a hangout, a practice spot, a measly dog park. Call it what you will, the Rail Gardens gets more play than weird/cute animal youtube vidoes on Huggy’s computer.
Word of the session spread like the sickening pollution that loves SLC, and a great group of rides came out of the woodwork for a 3 hour fiesta that was bound to have pleased La Nina. Grenier was even so kind as to weld some trophies out of scrap metal beforehand. Good times indeed.
Come January, Videograss will release their Rail Gardens Party edit right here on SNOWBOARDERmag.com to kick off a series of exclusive edits that will, if I heard correctly, be some of the dopest shit ever.