|Regina and her daughter in paradise TWP Thailand (photo by me)|
For me Thai Wake Park is like a paradise even that it's just 50 km to north from Bangkok, no ocean and it's just middle of rice fields.
Also you can understand, if I was skateboarding in the mid 80s.... =writer is quite old fart!))
...but these things affect to my decisions!
|Me in paradise Hip-Notics Turkey (photo by Artem Ermakov)|
If you have really big passion for something e.g. some of these different boarding genres, you can be or become really good on it.
If you're still young or started it when you were young and you're also talented, you have all possibilities to become professional or even one of the bests in the world, ...but to become one of the bests or professionals is not target for all of us... and it shouldn't be!!!
I have noticed that there are 3 groups of people inside boarding genre... or something between these groups.)))
- The first are professionals who are so good and they have so strong passion that boarding became a job. Opposite to the other groups, when they have a holiday, they have a rest from boarding.)))
- The second are lifestyle boarders who are spending their all free time and money to boarding. They are riding in their own level and having mostly fun. Some of them are focusing to become professionals someday.))
- The third group are people who are riding sometimes weekends and when it's good weather. For them it's good hobby. This is important and biggest group, because this group is actually indirectly paying wages of professionals. The biggest volume and affect in terms of money is coming to the genre from this group.
|Me in paradise TWP Thailand (photo by Anna Moskal)|
This was also process to me understand myself some answers to questions what some people are asking from me; what are your targets, why are you doing it, don’t you have anything else to do, are you little bit a boring guy?))))
Me in paradise: Hotlake in Italy (photo by Anna Tyurnina)
|Me in paradise TWP Thailand (photo by Wojtek Kalka)|