It's been a long time since I've posted a blog...and quite frankly I'm a little embarrased to say that, because I really like writing about stuff like this.  I figured, "Well hey, it's mid-July and I guess I have way too much free time...I'll do something semi-productive!"

And here we are.  Since it's been so long since I've done one of these, I have a lot of stuff that I haven't posted.  Stuff even pertaining to winter, that season we all tend to love.

This is a video of my buddy Jake.  He and I went to Mt. Snow on Easter Sunday, and the place was pretty deserted.  The park was great, albeit icy in the morning, but we had a good time!

Damn, it was cold for April.

Hot Laps with Jake from Milos Atz on Vimeo.

Well, the season pretty much ended with that.  I went on a ski-diet for a while, because living in CT, once the season is over, it's over.  No questions asked.  My buddy Jake (the very same^) came up with an idea - let's jump on the videoblog bandwagon and make one!  About our summer in Connecticut!  Beating the heat, skiing, having fun, filming silly stuff, and all that good stuff, basically what makes Traveling Circus so successful.  The name of his brainchild?  YARDWORK!

YARDWORK Episode One:

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YARDWORK Episode Two:

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Episode three is coming soon; soon being whenever lazy Jake and I and friends decide to put it together.  In the meantime, I took matters into my own hands. 

I have to send my camera to Indiana to get fixed; the wiring to the LCD screen is messed up, and no local shops here can fix it.  I decided to go for one last hoorah with it and got some friends together to make a summer skiing edit at my friend's house.  Having broken my urban skis the session before (RIP guys) I was free to film everything.  Despite clouds, rain, little-no tape, and the lack of a host for a day, we still managed to be pretty successful. 

Well here it is!  Be sure to check out Luke Hagearty (aka Luke).  He's killing it so hard right now, and when he gets older he's only going to get better.

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Please leave me some feedback on this one^.  I put a lot of time into it and would love to get some constructive criticism.

That's it for now!  One of these days I'm going to have to sack up and do a huge blog of my trips to Prague and Texas from the past two Aprils...but that's for another day.  Keep enjoying summer NS, keep it real.

Cheers!  Thanks for reading!

-Milos.


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