This is what you’ve done since, I guess ‘96. This will be 20 years pro. Was there a fear about that changing, or this being the career ender? For sure. All that stuff was in there and that’s what I talked to [Dr. Goldberg] about. If I’m not doing this, if I’m not JP Walker, then who the fuck am I? I think other pro athletes go through shit like that, like football players. You’re living this life in the spotlight and stardom. But I’m getting older and filming my 20th video part.
I want to talk about balance. You have a farm. You moved back to Vermont from Washington. Was there a line that you crossed where you needed something else? I was too one-dimensional. Just a snowboarder. I wasn’t seeing my family. My wife and I’s families are from here, and we were only seeing them occasionally. It felt like something was missing, and I think it was just that; the balance. So when we did move back here, we started getting into very low scale farming.
You guys were going for a certain style with the film by trying to give people a feeling that they could go do it themselves. It’s definitely a style that has gained popularity in the past few years, but is there a difference for how you ride when filming that way? Or is it just business as usual when you’re out there filming? There are definitely times when gears switch. You get the butterflies before the first time hitting a jump, especially if you have to guinea it [test it out].
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