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Sunday, 31 May 2009

Sunny Heights: somewhere or other.

A room chez Ringo - note the television. In the second pic, taken in the same location, that's what John and Paul are watching. Ringo, like John, had a tv in almost every room. Plus, there's that poodle again. Unfortunately.


  1. Sure that's not Martha? And is Lennon in his Pepper coat? Rad site!

  2. it is martha. don't know about the coat.

  3. It's not the Pepper coat, but it is the proto-Pepper coat. I hope that's cleared that one up.

  4. The poodle I was referring to is in the first pic. That is Martha in the second. (My eyesight is bad, but not that bad).