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Burglekutt Thank you for all the work that went into getting this out there – what an incredible gift to the community. I love Marley walking to the front of the stage during the start of "Fee," getting pet and scratched by the girls in the front row, and then laying down for a nap right underneath Page's keyboard.

I also just had a startling realization that I can't believe I didn't realize until just now – although it was years before I'd ever heard of Phish, Amy's Farm happened the exact same day that I climbed my first 4,000-foot mountain: Old Speck in Maine. I'm from Michigan, but we were out in Maine visiting my grandparents who lived in Harrison (about 25 miles away from Amy's place in Auburn), and I talked my dad into heading up to Grafton Notch to climb Old Speck with me that day. It was an absolutely gorgeous day outside, and seeing the beautiful weather in these videos, it's wild to realize now – 27.5 years later – that Phish was on stage playing at the exact same time that we were huffing and puffing our way up and down the mountain that afternoon. is a non-commercial project run by Phish fans and for Phish fans under the auspices of the all-volunteer, non-profit Mockingbird Foundation.

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