Our buddies in the band, Flooded Cellar released a new video today on YouTube and if you're a wicked Mainah (as if you ain't), you should see it. The song is called Inside Maine's Outdoors. We gotta warn ya, it'll be stuck in your head after the first listen.
Watch and see the crews have a wacky row boat race without the captains the night before the big one. Then, it's a dash to the Breakwater Lighthouse finish line for the schooners in pursuit of the victory cup!
They call themselves Flooded Cellar. When the warm weather finally arrives each year, they enjoy fishing on Kezar Lake. Of course, along with these nature loving excursions comes the threat of terrible tiny beasts...Friggin' Ticks!
In this latest episode, the Sternman goes to a wedding with the apprehensive feelings of having to be in a crowd of "normal" people. Then, it's back to work with that stinky bait that you definitely don't want to get in yer eye!
In this now classic episode, Bud and Adam are doing a painting job on Maine's fictional Fantasy Island. Bud outrageously shows the uppity couple that hired them just how many 'F's he really gives. They use true wicked Mainah language like jibbah, sh*tpokes, and burgly, gurgly, gurglers. So, be careful who you show this to, bub.
Earlier this week, Aaron took his guitar out to the deck to play some classic Aerosmith in the sunshine. He gives us a killer unplugged (although shortened) rendition of One Way Street from their 1973 debut album. Great vocals and guitar playing right here!
It's by fellow local laborers and moonlighting musicians, Flooded Cellar from Lovell. We've featured their wicked funny songs about everything from tick checks, to stacking wood, mud season and more. They get us, because they are us!
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.