Tino Razo and his friends used online maps to locate abandoned or semi-abandoned swimming pools. They’d hop in the car, armed with mops and buckets, and wash away the mud, the leaves, the garbage, the detritus that collects in forgotten quarters. And then they’d skate the pool.
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