Our first stop (after a failed attempt at buying Luke some new pants in Albany) was Congress Park, designed by the same designer as New York's Central Park and San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. Dispersed around the park are a number of natural spring fountains, each unique and constantly flowing with water straight from the very springs that Saratoga Springs is named for. As interesting of a concept as this is, the water is far from refreshing to the casual drinker, being a little reminiscent of "rotten eggs" (Andrew) and "water that's been used to soak rusty nails" (Matt)
We rolled up to Luke's house and were greeted by smiling family, cold beer, and delicious pizza. Another very special thanks to the Moellman's for allowing us to stay here, wash our disgusting clothes, and get some much needed relaxing. It is a great feeling to know we will be in one place for almost a week, after playing 5 shows in five cities all the way up the east coast. Tomorrow at 7:30am we head to Noon Mark Mountain for a Memorial Day hike. More updates are sure to come tomorrow.