The Think Thank crew head out East with promises of snow and good times. These guys never disappoint!

We really do have to applaud the Think Thank crew. The guys continually churn out some of the most entertaining, progressive and perhaps most importantly, accessible snowboard edits, and their latest, titled 'The Drought' is no different.

In it, Ted Borland, Brandon Reis, Ryan Paul and more get weird in the streets, parks and backyards on the east coast. With creative park riding, DIY sessions and even a winch-assisted skatepark assault, this video represents everything that is right about snowboarding: having a good time doing fun shit with your friends.

It's cliched as hell but it's the cold, hard truth.

After getting the legs going in Utah the Think Thank Almanac crew headed East with news of a snow rush on the Atlantic coast. Brandon Reis, Ted Borland and Mitch Richmond along with filmer / motivator Sean Lucey hopped in a couple creepy white vans and tried their luck at panning for golden hammers. With a few nuggets weighing down their pockets the intrepid crew headed to the middle western states to meet up with homesteader Ryan Paul. Although low snow has gripped much of the country these "can do" boarders used a little elbow grease and good humor to survive the early season drought in style. In other words, here is some of the stuff that happened so far while out filming. Thanks brain!