drugs and surfing

Surfing allied itself with the mid-1960s-launched youth movement, more so than any other sport or recreation, so it's not surprising that drug use quickly became a popular and often celebrated part of surf culture. Cartoonist Rick Griffin embroidered a 1967 two-page Surfer magazine  illustration with marijuana leaves; surf movies of the late 1960s often featured processing effects that allowed the on-screen surfers to leave "acid tracks" as they rode; Wilken Surfboards introduced the Meth Mod...