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English-speaking west African country, located about 300 miles north of the equator on the Gulf of Guinea; full of warm, empty, easy-to-ride surf. California surf filmmaker Bruce Brown, along with surfers Mike Hynson and Robert August, arrived in Ghana in 1963 to shoot a sequence for Brown's Endless Summer, and Surfer magazine's nomadic wave-hunters Kevin Naughton and Craig Peterson, also from Cal...

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