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Friday, 6 March 2009

Kenwood: caravan & Dorinish receipt.




Another shot of the caravan in the grounds, plus the receipt for John's island Dorinish, headed with the Kenwood address. I asked the question earlier in comments about what happened to the caravan, which was transported to Dorinish. I've since heard it now lies at the bottom of the Irish Sea. More information on related matters from this article HERE.

2 comments:

  1. A special raft for the caravan to float it out to Mayo Island in Dorninish. I am told by my father that the raft sank, and so did the Vardo.

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  2. That's obviously very interesting information.
    Could you please contact me?

    kenwoodlennon@googlemail.com

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