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Rota

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More photos from John Criss' collection.


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John Criss (l) and fellow AE Ulrich appear to discuss the merits of AE John Hoy's new BSA Rocket 3 ride. Photo location Tourmalines, Spain.

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Larry Fender with his new Norton 750 Commando. The silver machine is a Triumph.

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Mark Johs with his highly modified Easy Rider.

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The Quattro Caminos Motorcycle Club base sticker. According to John Criss, the club was formed to save motorcycle priveleges for sailors assigned to Rota. He reports that getting a license to ride motorcycles in Spain was not easy; requiring applicants to have the tests translated, and results certified by a Spanish lawyer.

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A shot of the beach at Rota.

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One of the more colorful beach front establishments in Rota.

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Heading to the Coasta del Sol, AT Pat Laird left, AE Ron Moore right.

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Another shot, obviously from a different season, showing the landscape of southern Spain. As a point of interest, the truck in far right appears to have had a tire/wheel problem.

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