Unfortunately, since we still can't have large gatherings due to Covid 19, there will be no Fright at the Fort this year. Let's instead feel the chills with this great video and keep our fingers crossed for a real good scare there in 2021.
His name is Jeremy Grant. This talented videographer is dedicated to capturing incredible natural Maine scenery and creatures on film in the hopes that we all get inspired to "go discover something awesome."
You'd swear the opening scenes of this video were shot from above in Alaska. Nope. This is from way up north here in Maine. It's the Can Am International Dog Sled Race on our border with Canada at Fort Kent.
In about 3 minutes, Jeremy Grant brings all the excitement of good times with friends at the Sabattus Ice Fishing Derby. Seriously. This is like the quality of stuff we'd see on Nat Geo or Discovery Channel.
There's a really spooky place in Prospect, Maine that, maybe like me, you visited on a school field trip when you were young. It's the spectacular Fort Knox and for the 20th year it's turned into house of horror.
Check out his latest 3 minute video of his trip to the Allagash and you'll see why we follow him here at the Blimp. Let's take a trip way north to the 'Crown of Maine' when the brilliant colors of fall are beginning to burst. And to top it off, there are even some marvelous moose…
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!