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Bay in style
 
We always spot the odd balls in a crowd. Sometimes it’s easier than other times. Finding four laughing fellows with skateboards, who were drinking beer in the back of a pickup truck, wasn’t too difficult. For us, it clearly signaled that fun times were ahead. They were.
 
 
Four friends – Khulu, Francesco, Charl and John – became our new friends on a Sunday and a public holiday. Summer was around the corner, but the temperature was a bit nippy for the beach. These guys had decided to head for Camps Bay to hang out on the beach and do some skateboarding. We asked if we could tag along. At first, they were somewhat skeptical because we wanted them as models. (Who wouldn’t be?) But we can be quite convincing and with a promise of a liquid salary, they agreed to meet us a little later.
 
 
If you’re unfamiliar with Camps Bay, you should know that fancy restaurants, poolside hotels, and cafés line the Camps Bay boardwalk. The bold and beautiful patronize these places – sipping expensive drinks and watching sunsets. There’s a public beach on the other side of the boardwalk (the most popular in Cape Town), which makes for a divinely diversified crowd in that area. And our friends made it exciting as they triggered a bit of tension into the well-trafficked street.
 
 
All we could do was laugh, sometimes hold our breaths, and hope for the best. Our fearless friends didn’t take much notice of pickup trucks and spacey tourists trying to find their way to recommended venues. The guys wove in and out of traffic and avoided major crashes and damage. All this with huge smiles on their faces and twinkles in their eyes.

Thanks for the show guys! Now we know our clothes can take it.
 
 
Skating Camps Bay in style.
 
We always spot the odd balls in a crowd. Sometimes it’s easier than
other times. Finding four laughing fellows with skateboards, who
were drinking beer in the back of a pickup truck, wasn’t too difficult.
For us, it clearly signaled that fun times were ahead. They were.
 
 
Four friends – Khulu, Francesco, Charl and John – became our new friends on a Sunday and a public holiday. Summer was around the corner, but the temperature was a bit nippy for the beach. These guys had decided to head for Camps Bay to hang out on the beach and do some skateboarding. We asked if we could tag along. At first, they were somewhat skeptical because we wanted them as models. (Who wouldn’t be?) But we can be quite convincing and with a promise of a liquid salary, they agreed to meet us a little later. If you’re unfamiliar with Camps Bay, you should know that fancy restaurants, poolside hotels, and cafés line the Camps Bay boardwalk. The bold and beautiful patronize these places – sipping expensive drinks and watching sunsets. There’s a public beach on the other side of the boardwalk (the most popular in Cape Town), which makes for a divinely diversified crowd in that area. And our friends made it exciting as they triggered a bit of tension into the well-trafficked street.
 
Now we also know that our
garments are good to go for
skating too.
 
 
All we could do was laugh, sometimes hold our breaths, and hope for the best. Our fearless friends didn’t take much notice of pickup trucks and spacey tourists trying to find their way to recommended venues. The guys wove in and out of traffic and avoided major crashes and damage. All this with huge smiles on their faces and twinkles in their eyes.

Thanks for the show guys! Now we know our clothes can take it.
 
 
 
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