|WHAT IT LOOKS
(The Short and Winding Road)
Our trip begins at the corner of Blue Jay Way and Thrasher....
From there it's just a short drive to the top of the hill...
There's not much at the top, just another house, apparently under construction. When it was an empty lot, fans used to hang out and party here, a local resident once told me.
Turn around and you can see all of Los Angeles....
Further down the hill it looks like this....
|For a closer view of the downtown skyline, see our LA-cam|
Getting back to Sunset Boulevard is very simple. When you get to Thrasher, turn right. From then on, at every intersection you come to, always turn in the direction that will take you downhill.
That brings you back to Doheny and Sunset, and Gil Turner's. (The sign has changed a little bit since this photo was taken, but the shop is still there.)
- SPECIAL NOTE -
This page is not the beginning of the Blue Jay Way tour!
If a link brought you here first, you're missing half the site.
THE OPENING PAGE
has historical background info, related links, etc.
|Visit the house where "Blue Jay Way" was written|
|See the organ that George Harrison used|
|Aerial view and map|
(And before you ask, the answer is NO,
I do NOT know which house it is.
And if I did know I wouldn't tell YOU!)
This page established: July 28, 1997 Last updated: February 22, 2023
These photos were taken on June 29, 1997
© 1997-2023 Earl P. Reinhalter. All Rights Reserved.