Ever wondered how to pick fiddleheads like a pro? Well, meet John Gibbs and his father Daryl. They'll take us foraging and then after they clean em up, we can see how the various dishes turn out at a local restaurant. Farm to table in action...wicked cool, bub!
Maybe you've enjoyed views of islands from sunset cruise on the ocean. However, have you seen them from this perspective? Let's fly like a seagull way and soar with this magnificent new drone video from Jeremy Grant!
It's a Friday in Blimpville and we'd like to do our part in making it a friggin funny one! This oughta do the trick right heeya mistah. Harpswell's Teagan Wright is back with another on-the-water report from the back of the fishin' boat from the rockbound coast of Maine.
Yuh, here comes our good buddy Teagan Wright again, doin' his wicked Mainah "Sternman" charactah on a lobstah boat upta Hahpswell. This is his "office fuh the day". He hilariously shows around the vessel referrin' to most of what he sees as "JUHNK".
Jeremy Grant's got a real knack for consistently creating high-quality, entertaining stuff. This video also incorporates drone shots for great flyover perspectives of the racers riding the wild rapids with the goal of reaching the finish line in the Queen City's downtown. SEND IT, GUY!!
Jeremy recently went on an adventure in Somerset County and captured the fantastic fury of Moxie Falls. He's also a great host and presenter of his videos with his unbridled enthusiasm for awesome things to see in Maine.
Now let's have some fun with a band from Lovell in Oxford County. They call themselves Flooded Cellar and when the warm weather finally arrives they enjoy fishing on Kezar Lake. They also like to stroll through the tall grass in wide open spaces and hike the wooded trails. Along with these natu…
Hear the story of the last time Bob brought the family to a Bruins game and decided to the grab the wrist of a wicked big dude in front of him who was twirlin' that towel like "a helicoptah"! Let's just say it ended with a little mess. Good thing Bob had a towel of his own.