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Tropical western African country founded in 1822 by freed American slaves, located about four degrees north of the equator and featuring 300 miles of rugged southwest-facing coastline. In 1975, California surf pilgrims Craig Peterson and Kevin Naughton, having already traveled much of the West African coast, discovered a perfectly shaped left pointbreak tube at Robert's Port, near the Liberian/S...

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