In a van big enough to house two people, two surfboards, one gas stove and a few clothes, we drove from Sydney up the east coast of Australia, surfing all the way
by Radford Lamb
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Leaving no cliché unturned, Johnny Tipler takes an Elise from Nevada to Arizona on an American road trip.