After several months away from the Square, it was the Boston Summer Arts Weekend which attracted the Rev. Scooterdude back for more wind-scootering.
While the wind velocity was only marginally sufficient to provide for the sport, the presence of so many kinds of people made the riding worth while.
It's always the smiles on the faces of the people which gives a wonderful thrill to the day.
The music had us all moving. Everyone, kids, tourists from everywhere, duck tours, plain-clothes cops, open-air diners, and off-season students all had a good time.
He was especially inspired to perform during the Blue Man Group Drum-Off. Isn't always a drum solo which provides the best soundtrack for acrobatics and stunts.
He can't resist having his picture taken as well. It saves having to carry a Go-pro or selfie-stick. Besides, it's a good way to know if he's doing something right or something wrong (as happened when he took a spill prominently in front of the Boston Public Library.)
Nice to meet a couple from Ohio. I guess they are the 'Toledos' LOL. He mentioned that he was involved in children's literature. "Hey," Scooterdude offered, " if you write about me, just mention that I love to ride the wind! hahaha!"
"And, yes, your welcome to use the material here for a children's book with some illustrations of Rev. Scooterdude riding the wind."