If you are as big a fan of the show as we are, you must be wicked hungry for the new season. Word is, that'll start in January. The Maine Cabin Masters released a couple of very cool things for fans this week and we wanted to make sure you saw them.
It's called Teardrops on the Ivy and beautifully expresses the fear and worry families members experience when a loved one is far, far from home in harm's way protecting our freedoms and defending our country.
For those of you still on the clock who may be driving a big rig while the rest of us load up the SUV and jam the highways to our warmer weather retreats, this funny Maine song is for you. To our truckers, thanks for all you do.
The show had me laughing wicked hard pretty much as soon as it began with it's one-of-a-kind cranky Maine humor. If truTV isn't part of your service, you can click here and watch the entire entertaining first episode of Tirdy Works.
In the 'Hard Tellin' animated series, local TV fellah and comedian Teagan Wright tells us the very early legend of a native Maine God who brought peace to the region. He also hilariously explains the origin of our beloved adult beverage.
Her name is Mary Winchenbach of Somerville. She's a wicked hoot and now she has her own reality show. According to the Tirdy Works Facebook page, the highly anticipated debut is set to premiere tonight on truTV.
And now, the second installment in the 'Hard Tellin' series. Teagan tells us the early Maine story of Abbie Burgess. In 1856 at the age of 16 she spent "30 days in a hell of nor'eastah lighting the candles for the safety of our Maine waters!" at the Matinicus lighthouse in S…
These boys also like to stroll through the tall grass in wide open spaces and hike the wooded trails. Along with these nature loving excursions of course comes the threat of terrible tiny beasts...Friggin' Ticks!
Uncle Bobby hilariously relates what we are all likely feeling when we are faced with prospect of waiting in a long line to get into a store. You see, Bob "desperately needs toothpaste". He's checking in with us from 'upta camp' where he's hoping there will be a tube he…
Meet Officer Al Guisto. Not only is Al one of the many great heroes on the frontline during the pandemic, he's also a bonafide bluesman. He has a terrific gritty baritone that humorously delivers some important health and safety reminders.