These dubbahs are droppin' knowledge and generatin' some chuckles. Troy brings Maine fun facts and Mark brings the "Oh, yuhts". In the latest installment of Welcome To Maine, the fellahs tell us about a majestic creature that is native to the Pine Tree State...the Maine Coon Cat.
This week the boys continue their trek across Vacationland to show us the biggest globe in whole wide world. It's named Eartha, which is a perfect Maine name when ya think about it. You can really give it the Yankee accent without even trying. Ayuh. Eartha, bub.
A couple of our favorite dubbahs, Troy and Mark are back with more Maine fun facts. In this week's episode, they take to the cobblestone streets of Portland's Old Port to drop some historical knowledge on us with plenty of laughs.
Troy and Mark are here to give a quick history on prohibition in Maine and hilariously introduce us to the inside of a marijuana store on the mid coast. It's filled with knowledge and 'yuhts' and ends with the now signature nut tap, a 'hit' that Mark wasn't looking for.
There's no lesson from the Pine Tree State today. They did however come up with a video that hysterically expresses their frustration with the previous blurred attempt at a new video that turns into a battle of "Yuhts."
Troy and Mark visit and tell us about Portland's International Cryptozoology Museum, where folks can view exhibits and learn about the strange creatures of folklore traditions. You know, Bigfoot and stuff.
Well done boys and thank you for the "nips of Fiyahball and head-bangin' to WBLM" reference. It's was really great that Stephen King included the WBLM in his book, Skeleton Crew back in 1985 and now this honor.