@BattenkillPhish said:Matt,This is incredible. We have the best group text going as we are all standing center in front of the stage on film. There were six of us who had been seeing Phish since 87' at the Stone Church in Newmarket and the Tree in Ptld (remember the Ether night on the deck with the band - RIP Jake). Tewo of the couples on film here are married and we still go to at least 3 shows a year together. This is indeed a gift that will keep giving!! And how abvout the big dude with the Vodka. He is rockin' it.Wow - what a great connection! Thanks for sharing; did we ever see shows together (that you know of)? Memories are hazy of that time...
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