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Monday, 9 March 2009

Kinfauns: John and Paul visit George, 1967.

In Paul's Aston Martin, at Kinfauns, 1967. (Can anyone translate these into English?) Thank you once more to Bruno Dupont for sending this.


  1. Those are the biggest pants I've ever seen hanging in George's garden! Impressive stuff. And what's that house the 2 fans are outside of? Or is that pic unrelated?

  2. Second page's translation :
    The windows of the study overlook a flower bed carved into the wall of the house and full of geraniums. Under the wall, decorated by George with floral designs, an inscription written by Mick Jagger and Marianne Faithfull, great friends of George and Patti: "Mick and Marianne are[sic] here".

    Behind the house, in front of the entrance to the garage, there is a small meadow where George temporarily put some Chinese statues and other indian objects from his last trip over there. On the thread, hung to dry, some George socks and a few pairs of briefs