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Blue yonder : a journey into the heart of…

Blue yonder : a journey into the heart of surf culture

by James McMillan

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"In late 2001, James McMillan loaded his boards into the back of his four wheel drive and hit the road. What followed was a four year surfing odyssey that took him back to the heart and soul of surfing, often lost in the big name, big sponsorship, big business of surfing todya. Up the east coast of Australia and all the way to Waimea Bay in Hawaii, James takes us into the lives of Jack Johnson, Ozzie Wright, Mark Occhilupo, George Greenough, Derek Hynd, Tom Carroll, Andrew Kidman, Chris, Keith and Dan Malloy, Paul Sargeant, Rob Machado, Nathan Fletcher, Joel Tudor and Joe, Pat and Tom Curren, to show what really drives some of the most successful and maverick names in surfing today. Intermeshed is Jame's personal quest to rediscover what surfing means to him ... "Blue yonder" reconnects with what surfing is all about." -- Back cover.… (more)

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