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Weisbecker's book, a sort of gonzo detective story blended with travelogue and peppered with hang-10 jargon, does many things, all of them very well indeed. It offers up a vision of innocent times brought to ruin by war and drugs; it recounts his search for his lost friend, whose life had gone from bad to worse far away from home; and it affords a look inside the strange culture of surfing, whose masters "understood, in a visceral and soulful and inexpressible way, the machinations of the sea, and, by subtle inference, the universe at large."
Full of regret and exhilaration, Weisbecker's memoir is a fine chronicle of a dream gone sour and a friendship redeemed. --Gregory McNamee --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
A continuous laugh out loud rollicking surfing adventure down the west coast into central America, with lots of background stories told of Allan Weisbecker's previous incarnation... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bob Edmunds
Great book! Makes me want to grab my board and passport and hit the roadPublished 4 months ago by Jonathan Lien
A really inspiring book that made me want to get up and go on a surf road trip. Awesome adventure.Published 6 months ago by Bryan
Great tales of modern time adventures.
Surfers can do anything.
The book is a great trip! I've read it more than once, because it takes you on a ride. Allan W. is a great communicator and has a good spirit.Published 7 months ago by John S.