Well, Burlington was wet and there were some bothersome characters about, but we managed to have a swell time anyway. Some folks drove hours from places like Saratoga Springs to come and see us — so we did our best to put on a high-energy, if moist, show for the, umm, masses. We ate at a Japanese steakhouse and had a hibachi dude flip food into our mouths. Back at the motel, Troy won most of the chips with his baffling poker face. The morning came early.
The weather was nice on the way home. Well, maybe not nice, but it didn’t rain the whole time, and that was a massive improvement.
Lynch Park in Beverly was a gorgeous spot to play. They had a huge bandshell that dwarfed our tiny, sidewalk show. Then we watched the moon rise over the Atlantic.
We’d be remiss if we didn’t mention the fabulous (as always) welcome we got at Hidden Valley summer camp on July 2nd. It’s a private show we’ve been doing for a few years now and we really look forward to it. The kids, the councillors and the whole camp are first rate. Thanks again guys.