Volcano Boarding Wipeout

I was sitting on a thin piece of wood, sliding down Central America’s most active volcano at 76km/hr when I hit a bump, caught my heel, did a few flips, and ended up with a broken metatarsal and severely sprained ankle. No bueno.

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2 Responses to Volcano Boarding Wipeout

  1. Eddie Mcfadyen Glass says:

    Stunningly beautiful looking, and incredibly crazy. A wonderful combination. I just don’t want to see those gorgeous legs suffer any more. Please stick to surfing Holly.

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