June 30, 2005

The Federal Line

Hot Springs, Arkansas is said to be a sacred place of healing. It is your typical holy land, replete with free spring water and "Duck" boat tours.

The Spinto Band arrived in Hot Springs after a grueling 10 hour drive*. We were hungry, dirty, and probably a little cranky. Luckily, the latter of these issues were resolved upon entering Maxines, when an employee greeted us with a handful of Jello Shots. Images of Nick were scattered about the bar (He was the "poster child" for the festival we were soon to be apart of). Bill, the organizer of the festival, treated us to an amazing beer & pasta dinner.

And then we pulled off another grift...

..But that's a whole 'nother story...

*We did, however get to meet the former wife of the former bass player of Quiet Riot.

7 comments:

matty x said...

does this grift have to do with a local hotel?

Megan said...

"Duck" tours, at least in Boston, are awesome.
Speaking of Boston, why is Bikini Carwash listed as being from Boston on the Valley of the Vapors page?

Brad Anders said...

"Duck" tours in Hot Springs can be deadly. Matt might be able to expand on this, but a few years ago one of the Ducks went down and some people died. I think they stopped the Ducks for a while afterwards.

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