Summer makes snowboarders crazy. Some spend the warmer months eeking out what they can from the European and North American glaciers, some spend thousands of pounds on flights to the Southern Hemisphere and others goof around on four wheels and spend the whole time saying how much better/harder/more core skateboarding is, but a very select few go full Scrapheap Challenge and build strange Rube Goldberg machines in their gardens.

Canadian Austin Johnson is evidently one of the latter, choosing to spend his summertimes recreating the HCSC rail parks in his friends' yards, though by the looks of things even some of these mini parks had more snow than Mt Hood this year...