Volume 24 No. 4
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Issue 24.4 is bookended by a North Shore appointment with Mason Ho and a Portuguese tube session with Kelly Slater. The rest of the book wanders from a snowbound slab in the Baltic Sea to the architecture-and-design studio of Stephen Alesch. The swamps of Florida, the pop iconography of Mike Salisbury, some overland routes through Java, and the pine forests of the Pacific Northwest make an appearance. The package is rounded out with features on graphic sensei Mike Salisbury, Java by land, and pack-surfing the Pacific Northwest.