Drive a mile north of where the Mayport Ferry docks on the western edge of the Intracoastal Waterway and if you don't blink, you may notice a small, unpretentious workshop set back from the road and shielded from view by natural vegetation. It's easy to miss. No signs, not even a name on the mailbox -- just some hand-painted artwork (it looks a bit like ribs or elephant tusks painted ocean blue) displayed in front of the shrubs bordering the gravel driveway. Look closer and you notice that these ribs are in fact waves created from foam, to which a small wooden surfer on a surfboard is attached. It's the only hint that this is where Dick "Rozo" Rosborough, one of Jacksonville' first surfing legends, hand-crafts the surfboards that link him to the lifestyle he fell in love with about 40 years ago.