The Volcom crew don’t stop. Day two saw them hit up Oxford and Birmingham, with Huddersfield and Preston on the list for today. See this link here for further details.
Getting a little time to talk to Geoff about stuff, rather than just had over a piece of paper for an autograph seems to be going down really well.
If I had a penny for every person that brought up Extremely Sorry, I’d have enough money to buy a walrus.
This Police Officer stayed with us for a good dose of the afternoon at SS20. She even embraced the Volcom shades.
Be nice to the police, and the feeling is reciprocated. A lesson truly worth remembering.
Stu is killing it. He’s seriously hyped on every tee which passes in front of him.
Keep it up, boss!
I don’t think I’ve seen a single moment where Geoff isn’t genuinely stoked to be hanging out talking to people.
I’m pretty sure this is just the sign they put up outside any skateshop, right?
Sean Goff and Geoff Rowley. Thick as thieves.
Two tees down, ninety eight to go.
Kris runs Ideal. Geoff ran the screenprinting at Ideal. They both spent a good amount of time reminiscing. Whistlestop visit or not – It must be nice to be back in a country you once called home.
A guy showed up with Freedom Wig on VHS. He announced that this was a good two years of his life in the cassette. Ween and Black Sabbath wouldn’t exist for him without it.
Did someone say BBQ? We got through more sausages than ever today. I swear one kid came back four times.
I’m backing Ben. He’s totally employable. Seriously – he works so hard and entertains the kids while he’s at it.