Advocate photographer Danny Fulgencio and I showed up for the final sesh at Guapo Skate Park near Downtown Dallas Saturday.
Here’s a sneak peek of Danny’s fab photos, which he snapped (in between a few drop-ins of his own, that is).
We are working on a story about a legendary late skateboarder who hails from the Lake Highlands neighborhood; it’s slated to be published in our sister magazine, the Lake Highlands Advocate, in June.
Park owner Al Coker says he plans to open a new park, location TBA soon, within the next couple of months. The new Guapo Skillz Center will include a Texas skate museum, Coker tells us. At age 60+, the guy still rolls like a champ.
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