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Oregon Surfari: Behind the Scenes

This gallery of photos, by Nate Sheldon, is a behind-the-scenes look at 1859‘s Oregon Surfari adventure. Nate, along with editor Kevin Max and creative assistant Guy Olson, roadtripped down the coast in an RV, exploring Oregon’s surf and surf culture. The following 24 photos did not appear in the magazine and are an online exclusive. For the whole article, see the May | June issue of 1859, on newsstands now.

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