Category: Maine

#27 Go on a lobster boat [podcast]

#27 Go on a lobster boat [podcast]

Hey Team, Thanks so much for the feedback on yesterday’s video. Your comments were overwhelmingly positive and I’m going to do my best to get more of them out there. IN FACT, why don’t you kids feed your eyeballs on this little guy! I’m done. Brett. Kind strangers keep ‘trekkers trekking. I think Mark Twain…

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Enough Wading Already

Enough Wading Already

Hey Team, There’s been a whole lot of wading going on in the last couple days. Most importantly I went wading through a cranberry bog yesterday! Granted, it almost killed me and I’m more than a little surprised I didn’t lose any toes to frostbite but it’s done. And I have to admit it seemed…

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Give The Little Guy A Chance

Give The Little Guy A Chance

Hey Team, Here’s what I like about the little guy. (Provided he has the guts to step up.) He tries harder. What does that mean? Never travel by Greyhound. As I was trying to find an acceptable way to escape Portland, Maine today I ran across the Greyhound website. Luckily, I learned my lesson after…

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Not The Most Beautiful Thing

Not The Most Beautiful Thing

Hey Team, The weather has been terrible in Portland the last two days. Non-stop rain and wind. And no lobster boats have been going out so I guess I’ll have to settle for the time I spent out with the lobstermen (As in people who catch lobster for a living, not giant half man, half…

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Lobster Bucket

Lobster Bucket

Hey Team, It never fails to surprise me when I see first hand the kind of power having a clear set of goals has over people. Knowing what you want and being willing to announce your objectives creates magic. If your goal were a destination then telling everyone you meet about it is like catching…

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Trojan Kayaks

Trojan Kayaks

Hey Team, It’s always a little sad when you see awesome historic sites all boarded up and plastered with signs that say authoritative things like, “Do not enter” and “No Trespassing.” Only slightly less sad is when you see historic sites that have been SO renovated that you have to pay an arm and a…

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