When not working in the attic music room, John Lennon could usually be found in a small sunroom at the back of the house overlooking the swimming pool, which he decorated with various pictures, caricatures and stickers, such as those for the Safe as Milk campaign of the mid-sixties, and one advertising the Monterey Pop Festival. He would generally spend his time curled up on a small wicker sofa watching television, devouring daily newspapers or song-writing on the upright piano contained in one corner of the sunroom. Lennon's drug intake, particularly LSD and hashish, but also amphetamine, was fairly high for much of the time he lived at Kenwood, and visitors to the house remarked on the strange atmosphere of the place. At one stage,under the influence of transcendental meditation, Lennon renounced drugs, and buried a huge quantity of LSD, which had been obtained at the Monterey Pop Festival from infamous LSD producer Augustus Stanley Owsley III by representatives of The Beatles, in the grounds. He later tried to find the buried LSD but could not remember exactly where it was. It remains buried there somewhere to this day.