Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Santa Monica Beach Trickline Sesh (L.A.)

After a couple days of blissful rest (abundant, healthy meals and sleeping about 12 hours everyday), we finally moved our lazy asses to do some slacklining.

Faith was cooking some delicious food for us ... :)

Korny spent his rest days on a couch recovering from a stomach-flu and some infection

The first slackline outting we went to the Santa Monica Beach, which is an old-school meeting place for slackliners from L.A. They meet there every Sunday (as one of them told me). This last Sunday we met couple of local slackliners. On of them was an older guy named Larry. I can say he was really good on his slackline for his age (1 and 5/8 inch single tubular webbings). In total I saw three slackliners with their own equipment (mainly it was primitive systems, aka binners + tubular webbing).
We had really nice time slacklining and talking to the other slackliners. I especially remember one of them - a guy asked if we knew Slackline Brothers Inc. He was quite surprised when he heard that while in L.A. we were staying in the SBI owners house.
We set up two parallel lines (one with tubular 1 inch prototype Gibbon line and one tubular threaded from Free-Feet) in the same spot you can see in Harlan and Aron's movie from 2007:

Our two tricklines on Santa Monica beach - in the air (from left) Damian and myself

We spent almost all day on the webbing. We can feel the effects to day: sore back, leg muscles and a strange feeling in our knees and ankles. I think it is because during our rest days we hardly moved at all. Everyone pushed their personal trickline limits further. With some help from me, Faith finally tried a "Korean-Butt-Bounce". I think she is really close to sticking it and soon she will land it without any help.

Faith surfin' the line

Jordan landed a back-flip again, not once but twice! Many tries he was very close to landing it, and almost every time he at least hit the webbing with his feet. 'Mozobosei' improved his surfing as well.

Jordan 'Mozobosei' sticking the back-flip

Damian and Jordan almost stuck the trick called "Back-Bounce". I thought it was hard but when Itried it, it seemed doable.

Damian doing a "Double-Drop-Knee"

From what I observed Korny concentrated on practising surfing and jumping. Both were looking better at the end of the session.
Everyone of us had a lot of fun, and after a long break it felt nice to trickline again. It was funny what one of locals said to us about the temperature; he said it was the coldest period in L.A. all year. For us, it was the first warm day in a long time. If this is the coldest time here, I want to live in L.A.! I invented some new simple tricks, combos and almost stuck the "Tree-Plant". Right now I feel new motivation for more trickline sessions.

Michał "Korny" getting some air

"Tree-Plant" in progress

You can find more pictures in my photo-gallery - all photos by Jordan Tybon (link below):

"Santa Monica beach TS" photo-gallery

More informations about our trip - link below:


BTW I'll try to write about everything what happened before L.A. as soon as I can ... (a lot of work to do again)

Peace & SlackOn!

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Praha - Slackline Paradise

I received some news from 'czech brother' Kwjet about big longline and highline session in Prague. In this case word "BIG" was really suitable. In the plans were a 152 meters longline in 'Stromovka' Park and a 57 meters highline called "Wild Sarah". That was Kwjet's one year old highline project. This was so tempting that I didn't even think about the decision - I just went there. I decided to hitch-hike to Prague because I did not have enough money for transportation and living expenses on the trip. I took Faith to the bus to the airport (she went to London for a week) and then started hitch-hiking. It took a very short time to get to my destination (5 hours and 3 rides). I went by metro from "Cerny Most" to "Ferenc" station where I met with Kwjet. We spend the whole evening drinking beer and smoking joints with our czech friends (Smolda, Peeto and Klara). The night before I left I only slept about 2 hours so I became tired very quickly. When I got to Kwjet's apartment I fell asleep like a brick.
The next day Kwjet woke me
up really early and we went for some longline action. We set up 97 meters and 152 meters longlines.

Our set up for 152 meters longline :)

More friends arrived to longline (I don't remember all names). Kolouch and my polish friend Damian showed up when the lines was already hanging.
For the warm-up I on-sighted 97 meters line which had about 1,5 meters of sag. Before me Kwjet walked it in this style without any problem
of course. He must be some kind of longline-machine ;).
I tried 152 meters longline and I walked it OS & full-man. I was really happy. I pushed my longline limits again in the best style.

On the 152 meters longline in "Stromovka" Park

Damian Czermak also walked this line. He did it one way on his 2nd try and other OS. For the rest of the day I was playing on the lines, listening to some really good D&B sets, having fun. I walked 152 meters longline 4 times without falling and many, many times 97 meters line.

Damian on the 152 meters longline

After the longline session we moved to Kwjet's house to rest and eat a bit and then went for some Urban Ninja Highline action in the centre of Prague next to the National Theatre. We rigged 36 meters long highline 6 meters above the river, between the stone column of a fence and a tree on the other side. We didn't use any back-up, only webbing - "White Magic" attached to slackline-bananas (this webbing is 31kN strength). That was enough, and even if we would add back-up there you would fall into water anyway. It made this highline a little bit harder (you didn't want to take a whipper) and it was pretty dark. It was really hard on the way to the tree. You could hardly see the end of webbing. The other direction it was easier because there were some lamps on a street nearby. Kwjet went first. After a couple of catches he walked it full-man.

Kwjet going for the first ascent :) ...

Kwjet after perfect slackline/highline day - pure happiness! ;)

I went after Kwjet. Luckily I walked OS & full-man, but at one time I was really close to falling and catching the webbing.

Prague's Ninjas Gap - OS & full-man

After me was Damian. He walked it, and on the way back he even surfed the line a bit.

Damian "Daemon" Czermak - surfing on a line

This highline was walked by Petr "Peeto" Kucera and Kolouch as well. Congrats for everyone!
After beautiful end of this epic day we went to a bar, drank some beer, listened to rock music and went back to Kwjet's to sleep. We needed to rest a bit before D-Day - setting up and attempting the 57 meters long highline "Wild Sarah".

Photo gallery from the 1st day (longline session and urban highline action)

Video from the "Ninja Urban" Highline by Kolouch

Next day we went for the most important part of our trip to Prague - "Wild Sarah" Highline. It is located on the outskirts of the town. To get there from Kwjet's place we had to go by tram, metro and one more tram. The way there took almost one hour, but it was worth it. It's really rad that right in this city you have beautiful highline place with a lot of potential (Kwjet has one highline project there called "Mother-fucker" and it's about 80m long. There is space even for something longer!) .

Highline Paradise

Rigging was really nice. Both anchors were totally natural. We used 9m long 2 tons slings (with 7:1 factor) and clip to them webbing and 8mm diameter dynamic back-up rope. We used 3 tons orange webbing and leave pulleys system on a webbing. Everything was backed-up. After pulling and taping the line Kwjet went for the first ascent. The line looked really shaky, and Kwjet which is really good in highlining and looks normally really stable that time had big struggle on the line. I thought it's not a good sign ...

Kwjet attempting 57 meters long "Wild Sarah" Highline

I tried the "Wild Sarah" highline after him. I had some really good attempts. My best one was when I got somewhere to the middle and then took a big whipper. The line was too lose. I even didn't expect that I would fly so far away from the webbing! It just happened in a split of second. Damian also had some really good attempts.
After this we decided we needed to un-tape the line, release the pulleys system, remove slack from slackline-banana on the other side and then tight the webbing more. That was a lot of work, but it was good decision. I went again with a good mood and hopefully quite a clear mind. On my second try I was really close to the end however the leash fell out from my harness belt and I stepped on it a couple of times the fell at the end. On the third try after big fight I reached the second and.

Going for the first ascent ... :D
For me it was the best highline moment ever. I felt so pumped and happy. Kwjet tried it one more time and after some nervousness and shakiness at the begging he got in the zone and walked the rest of the line as if in a trance. It was great to watch him. Damian had some really good attempts, but it was getting dark, and all of us were quite tired.

Damian on the "Wild Sarah" Highline

I was talking with Kwjet about our ascent about half an hour without any breaks. We were so happy! That was really a special moment. We didn't have time and strength to walk it back but we'll return to finish. Damian and I had to go earlier to the railway station. We missed out train and stayed in Kwjet's apartment one more night. In the morning we went back to Poland and that was the end ... Thanks again for everyone who made all of this possible!

Pictures Gallery from the "Wild Sarah" Highline

Video from "Wild Sarah" by Kolouch :)

Peace & SlackOn!

Monday, October 26, 2009

Autumn Longline Session

On 8th of October together with Faith and Korny we set up 100 meters longline on a new spot - in Park Szczytnicki.

Location of the new longline

After many rainy days that was the first time when sun came out and it was warm, not too windy ... Perfect conditions for a longline session. We tensioned the webbing with 4 double pulleys + ID and simple multiplayer. It was strange how easy it was to tension.

Tensioning the line ...

Maybe this length of webbing was not so special for Faith and I, but Korny had been trying to walk this distance for a long time. That day he walked it OS both ways. It was his first send of 100 meters. He looked really stable on the line and I have to admit it was quite impressive. I was really happy that he finally got what he wanted. Michał "Korny" Korniewicz is the third person in Poland who walked a slackline at least 100 meters long - CONGRATS buddy!

"Korny" on the longline

I could see that something switched in his mind or the way he moved (or both). It's hard to explain, but you could see the difference!
Korny left after he completed his ascent. Faith and I stayed there a bit longer, playing on the 100m longline. We did a couple of chongo-starts from the middle, double-drop knees, walk the line without using your hands etc.

Gear ... <3

Faith :)

At the end of the session we loosened the line totally (as much as we could) and walked it both ways. It was totally fun! I could see it was right decision to go for longlining. The weather from that time in Poland is still the same all the time - rain, wind, cold ... I want to go to US right now ...

Pictures Gallery

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Posts to come (MORE BACKLOG)

I wrote a couple of posts yet, but there's still a lot to do. So before I write about the present I want to deal with some action from the past. I think that it will be a lot of writing because I was slacklining and travelling a lot this summer ... So down below is a list of things I should write about, and it's a bit like a chronology of my last summer time ...

1. "Walk the Line 3" - slackline festival in Radolfzell,
2. Working as slackline presenter on the outdoor fair in Friedrischafen
3. Climbing in Chamonix together with Faith and Tomek,
4. Hitch-hiking back to Poland,
5. Urban Highline Festival in Lublin,
6. Tree-Highlines in Kraśnik,
7. "Wide Space" Highline
8. Next trip to Berlin,
9. Longlining in Wrocław (new polish longline record, and women longline record),
10. Presentation about slackline in Lądek Zdrój,
11. Highlining in Hejszowina together with Damian and Faith,
12. Urban Highlines in Warsaw

It's a lot of work to do ...

BTW Some news about the present and near future. Right now I'm training before the trip to the US. Together with Damian Czermak, Michał Korniewicz and hopefully Faith Dickey I'm going to do some rad highlining and climbing in Yosemite Valley, JTree, Moab and maybe some rocks in Texas. The weather is shitty right here in Wrocław, so probably I'll train more in a climbing gym then on a longlines and highlines, but I think it'll be good to come back to tough climbing training on the "Nora" and "Eiger" climbing walls. I hope the weather will be better and then we can climb in the rocks, longline and highline again before the trip.
Yesterday Faith and I went for some longlining in a new spot in my city. I tested a new pulley system, and set up a 100m longline alone without a big problem.

New pulley system ... (more pictures)

Walking this line was really difficult and I fell near the second anchor, Faith made it on her 2nd try. Anyway it was good to walk some longline after such a long time without slacklining, also checking new gear possibilities :) ...

Looking forward to the future ...
Peace & SlackOn to everyone!

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Life is good in Berlin!

Even the trip to Berlin was quite an interesting adventure. We had some troubles with police on the railway station in Jelenia Góra. At the beginning it seemed that the reason was the mess of trash around us. We explained politely it was not our mess, and we put all the trash to dumpster. Next argument of the police was that we could not sit there if we didn't have tickets. We had our train in the evening, but probably to them sitting there should be for us a big privilege. They couldn't stop asking us questions about everything. Finally they asked Tomek: "Where you met? What is your profession?". After Tomek's explanation, which was also presentation of polish slackline and highline history, they left us alone. Probably these officers didn't want to admit they did not know what slackline and highline is.
We reached Zgorzelec late at the night, or maybe it was early in the morning already. Totally tired we jumped to the train going to Berlin. Tomek and I decided that we would not buy a ticket. Anyway I thought nobody would have the courage to wake us up and check our tickets, because we were so dirty and sleepy. Steeling a ride was a success, and on 6th of July 2009 we turned up "Warschauer Strasse" station in Berlin. From there we had really short distance to the climbing wall "Kegel", where Tomek is working. Soon it appeared that I would be there almost all the time, also a couple of nights. I could describe this four days I spent in Berlin as one big chill-out time. Together with Tomek I planned to set up a new waterline somewhere in a city centre. Last time when I was there, together with Tomek aka "Soya" I set up 30-40m meters length slackline above "Spree" river. That line was walked by Tomek, Matthias and I.

Slackline above "Spree" river (20th of June 2007)

Tomek aka "Soya"


We found a couple of really good spots, but at the end we decided to set up highline ... above big half-pipe in skatepark ("Skatehalle-Berlin"). It turned out that Tomek had some connections, specifically with Jana which is co-owner of this skatepark. After a short talk our project on the highline was confirmed. On 7th of July, at night we began our 'action'. We placed two bolts in concrete pillars on both sides, and then we connected them into one anchor. We placed crash-pads (borrowed from climbing wall) under the webbing on the ledge.

Drilling ...

Tomek has walked new highline as the first person. This was probably his first OS & full-man style ascent on a highline.

Tomek on the highline above half-pipe (1st ascent, OS & full-man)

I walked it after him in a swami-belt. I walked it many times this night, also free-solo at the end.

Free-Solo ascent

When we had enough highlining we tried skateboarding. Tomek was practising a little bit before this night. We borrowed skateboards and knee protectors and under Jana's supervision we were learning riding on a small half-pipe. This was totally fun and so addicting that last three days I spent riding on a half-pipe, and the rest of time I worked on slacklining and climbing on "Kegel" climbing wall.

Tomek un-rigging the highline. In the background "beginners rider team" ;)

Next day I moved to the big half-pipe. Riding on it is way more fun! It also makes your body really fucked up ... I think never before my leg muscles were so sore. Despite this obstacle I was riding till late night and total exhaustion.

First lessons on the small half-pipe ...

... and riding almost under a rail on the big half-pipe :)

All in all this four days I spent in Berlin was great in every respect. We set up the highline over the half-pipe two times. I almost forgot that during the second night highline session some Spanish friend of Tomek also walked this line (I don't remember his name, but this was his first highline).
At the end of my stay in Berlin Jana gave me a new skateboard as a gift (fuckin' niiice!)! BTW I recommend "Skatehalle-Berlin" to everyone. It's a really nice place even just to sit and drink some coffee with nice people.
Thanks for ton of fun and all help especially from Tomek and Jana! I think I'll be in Berlin more then one more time. It is definitely my favourite city right now.
That Friday I went by train to Radolfzell to take part in "Walk the Line 3" slackline festival as the 'special guest' ;). More to come ...

P.S. Thanks Faith for all help with my poor english ;)!

Saturday, September 26, 2009

Summer Time – Part 1: „Sokoliki Highline Trip 2009” – making up backlog

It's really strange that vacation went so fast. So many things happend yet, still I didn't follow through with many plans. This was a vacation of slacklining, longlining and highlining for sure, but I didn't climb as much as I wanted to. It was however a time of lucky coincidences, I met a lot of nice people, saw new places, visited old ones, and developed my skills to some extent. I'm convinced I spent this time in a good way. Once again I have to make up backlog on this blog. As always I didn't have enough time to be up-to-date with writing.
I'll start from the first part of my summer trip - highline week spent in Sokoliki Mountains in Poland.

Damian on the "Tabor" campsite - happiness at the sight of all this gear?

Damian and I arrivet to Sokoliki on the 30th of June. On the first day we set up (for the second time in history) "Big Air" Highline between "Sukiennice" and "Krzywa Turnia" Rocks (36 meters length, 30 meters height). Rigging as always didn't go smoothly but definitely faster than the last time.

Rigging - on the picture you can see two Climbing Technology metal rings taped together

I was the first to go. Somewhere before the middle I unexpectedly took a leash-fall. I was feeling a little bit surprised because the last time I walked the line OS & full-man.

Coming back after leash-fall

On the second go I walked it both ways. Still such a length was a little bit challenging for me. I thought that I would put off walking it in a swami-belt. Damian had really good try walking the highline in the direction of "Sukiennice" Rock. Unfortunately he fell dwon two or three steps before the end. His foot slipped off from the new webbing (the webbing was really slippery!).

So close!

On the way back he went on his first try! Damian is the second person now which has walked the longest highline in Poland!

Damian cruising ...

That day Damian was tried to walk "Big Air" in the direction of "Sukiennice" Rock one more time, and Kajtek sat and fell down on the highline.


Finally, because of cold and windy weather we went back to "Tabor" campsite. On the second day we went with all needed equipment (driller and 4 bolts bought from Micaj) to place anchors for the new highline between "Sokoliki" Rocks. We were really enthusiastic about the possibility of doing something new. Right as we placed an anchor on the "Duży Sokolik" Rock, raindrops began falling from the sky. What we could do? We just covered the bolts with duck-tape and ran away to hide under "Sukiennice" Rock overhang.

Team ...

... drilling.

And if you don't have enough glue ... just use chocolate evaporated milk ;)

The thunderstorm was raging for about three hours, the black clouds pouring out a huge amount of water and clapping with thunders into surrounding rocks. Finally the wall started to getting soaked more and more, so we moved under a bigger overhang. After some time our location got terribly wet. We were just waiting for when the storm would subside ...

Raining again ... Kajtek under "Sukiennice" Rock overhang

While we were hiking down at last, the storm got stronger again. Hiking down changed quickly into a downhill-slide ;). We reached campsite totally wet.
Because we couldn't do anything in those weather conditions, together with Tomek, aka "Soya", we decided to take a walk to the small village in the valley to buy something to eat and see what was going on down there, what with the huge storm and all. What we saw in Karpniki was definitely worse than we had imagined. A small mountain spring changed into a fast river. Some guy was explaining to us that the water level was even higher then before.
You could see everywhere damage, broken bridges, and destroyed routes. Practically everyone in the village had a flooded house. We bought something to eat and went back to our safe campsite.

"Big Air" Highline - view from Karpniki village

On the way back it cleared up and soon the sun was shining again - really strange weather!
Tomek showed off with his culinary talent by cooking delicious soup. We spent the rest of the day on a slackline just to keep on moving. Tomek probably walked his longest slackline OS that day. Damian and Kajtek went home for two days to take care of some business.

Tomek "Soya" slacklining on the "Tabor" campsite

Rainy slackin' (photo by Radek)

During the next couple days we were fighting with the weather. We were alternating hiking up and down escaping from rain/storm on a steep trail with all the equipment in our backpacks. We decided to deposit our gear near "Sokoliki" Rocks after a few of the laps, but when we climbed to the highest rock in the area we were right in the eye of the storm. That was just too much for our psyche. We packed all needed gear into Tomek's haul-bag and put it into a plastic bag. Then we hid under some boulders. Apparently the tactics seemed to be effective and next evening we placed the second anchor on the "Mały Sokolik" Rock.

Drilling ...

Evening view from the top of "Mały Sokolik" Rock

In the morning my 'czech brother' - Kwjet showed up. Tomek and I set up a new highline, "6th Avenue". Everything was going smoothly and after an hour the highline was ready.

Rigging ...

I went first. I think for the first time in my life I decided to try on-sight a highline in a swami-belt. That was quite intense but luckily I walked it OS and didn't have to check if a leash-fall in a swami is painful.

"6th Avenue" Highline - 1st ascent (OS & full-man)

Tomek has been trying hard after me but the atmosphere was really tense. Nothing strange - groups of tourists observing and commenting on every move you do is not so helpful if you want to walk the first highline in your life!

Stress ...

Next in turn was Kwjet. Of course walking 15 meters long highline wasn't a problem for him. Without any problem he walked OS both ways. I was really happy that he liked the location, highline and my rigging style.
BTW I'm recommending this place for a "first time" highline. The distance between this rocks is not so scary - it's only 15 meters, the highline is perfectly horizontal and you can start really safe from the standing position on both sides. Maybe exposure is not so small but it's a highline. Isn't it:D ?!

Kwjet Oslaf - 2nd ascent

Reaction from comparing anchors with the old anchor used on a "Big Boy" Highline - "really, that was the anchor?!" :P

After this short 'warm-up' we went for the "Big Air" Highline. Kwjet played some of his 'psytrance' sets on his earphones and literally walked this highline as if in a trance (there must be some connection with his psytrance sets on his mp3 :P). His walk did not go without some fight but mainly it was really smooth and impressed me very much! I was probably almost as happy as Kwjet was. I walked the highline both ways also. Then together with Tomek we relaxed on the top of "Krzywa Turnia" Rock with some special herbs ;) ...

Kwjet Oslaf - 2nd ascent in OS & full-man style, 3rd in general

Next morning Tomek woke me up really early. I was thinking, "How can he wake up so early? How is it possible?". Anyway, early in the morning we hiked up to the "Sokoliki" Rocks. Tomek was ready to go before "tourists attack". This time "soya" started from "Mały Sokolik" side. He was definitely motivated that day. After a short moment of hesitation he stepped on the line and walked it on the first try this day. After a minute all Sokoliki and probably even people on the campsite below heard Tomek's scream of victory. We hiked down in really good mood to the campsite. During the rest of the day I was climbing and highlining.

Tomek "Soya" Ostrowski on the "6th Avenue" highline (3rd ascent, one-way)

Damian returned on Saturday. Michał "Korny" also arrived to Sokoliki Mountains and Artur "Idil". Straight away we went for a shorter highline between "Sokoliki" Rocks. Damian went first, in a swami - the same as me. He walked it without any problem OS both directions.

Damian "Deamon" Czermak (4th ascent, 2nd ascent in a OS & full-man & swami style)

Next person to go was Artur. After a couple of tries he decided to rest. Respect for all his attempts. That was his first highline and he was starting from "chongo" and catching webbing every time!

Artur "Idil" Kwieciński

After Artur went Michał "Korny". On his second try he reached the second end. Unbroken calmness on his first highline - I guess it means he has strong psyche :P? The way back he walked it on his first try. All this after only 5 or 6 months of slacklining in general!
Wonderful slackliner! :D

Happiness - "Korny" style

Michał "Korny" Korniewicz on the "6th Avenue" Highline (5th ascent, full-man)

That day we met two czech guys climbing on the route near "our ledge". One of them walked the highline OS & full-man. Bravo!

Next happy person :) ...

Ondra on the "6th Avenue" Highline (6th ascent, OS & full-man)

That was the last person which walked this highline on our 'highline trip' in Sokoliki Mountains. Never before in polish slackline-history had so many persons walked one highline on one trip. Sometimes it was really crowded on our small ledge. The name of the highline came from the number of people who walked it. We had a lot of fun and a good atmosphere for sure! I'll remember those moments for a long time. I think besides walking on a highline the most pleasant feeling is sharing "highline-time" with other "dudes". Thanks for everyone for a really good time and beautiful fights on a highline! It's a pity that Artur and Kajtek didn't reach the second end of the webbing, though I know they were able to do it. It's not the most important thing, but next time we will not allow you to leave without walking it ;) !




Party? Kwjet and his psytrance dancing ... he, he

Despite bad weather, Damian completed his full-man ascent on the "Big Air" Highline the same day.

Damian "Deamon" Czermak on the "Big Air" Highline - full-man ascent

"Fuck Yeah!" ?

That time I walked "6th Avenue" Highline in a swami a couple times to make my mind stronger.

After this together with Kwjet we tried new tricks on a highline. Then we went to check out a new spot for a highline between "Jastrzębia Turnia" and "Rogatka" Rocks. We climbed on both of them to check if there was a need to place some extra bolts. It seemed that place is ready to walk!* (* I executed this project together with Faith Dickey on 17th of August 2009, but about this I'll write later)

Kwjet on the ledge of "Jastrzębia Turnia" Rock - in the background "Big Air" Highline

For a good end of the day together with Kwjet we climbed on the route "Ambroży" (7a) on the "Krzywa Turnia" Rock.

Kwjet on the "Ambroży"

and 'vigilant' baleyer ;)

On Sunday we were highlining on "6th Avenue" Highline for the last time. "Korny" walked it again confirming his good slackline-shape. Kajtek and Artur were trying hard for the last time.

Artur - "the last battle"

I was training my new exercise; breaking main rule - "don't look down!" by looking down while walking. I think it's a good way to improve your sense of direction and mind-strength.

"Don't look down!"

In the evening we broke down both highlines and all friends besides "Soya" went home. Tomek and I packed our backpacks again and the next day we went to Berlin.

"This is the end ..."

Jarek "Blondas" Liwacz gave us a ride to the railway station in Jelenia Góra and at that point starts new story ...

Damian on the "Big Air" Highline (movie)