Video 33 of our Series, Around the USA in 90 Days!
In our latest video we are in the beautiful state of Maine. It’s mid Sept and the weather is perfect! We stop to visit our friend Creda who wines us and dines us over a scrumptious Lobster meal. Creda is a local artist and we share some of her art as well as some of York’s history. You can see more of Creda’s amazing art on her Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?…
Video 32 of our Series, Around the USA in 90 Days!
We are “back on track” with our Around the USA in 90 Days segment. We left off in the beautiful state of Massachusetts. We will pick up again in the Boston, Cambridge area. One thing you need to decide when you are traveling is how much do you plan for and how much do you just, “wing it”? For us generally our motto has been, “anyway the wind blows”. So here in Boston after working out the parking situation we took a bike ride through town. As we left Boston we stopped by Salem for a drone flight before moving into Maine. Coming next…… Lobster in York Beach heading to Bar Harbor. (Ba Haba)
Video 31 of our Series, Around the USA in 90 Days!
Care to learn and share intriguing facts leading up to the American Revolution? Want to learn different video producer perspectives, including a quick-paced animation, a high-tech game play, Lincoln National Park park ranger perspective, Minuteman & British soldiers re-enactment? Great, let’s join in the narrative commentary and share your own views!
Video 30 of our Series, Around the USA in 90 Days!
Following up on Part I of our Plimouth, Massachusetts tour of the living history plantation, in Part II Grace (a descendant from the Mayflower) goes back 400 years to converse with period actors portraying the life of Pilgrim discussing their life, joys and hardships. Hmm, at first glance being an early settler with adventure and freedoms sounded GREAT… but their journey got far worse than today’s First World Problems!
Video 29 of our Series, Around the USA in 90 Days!
Sailing on merchant ships in the winter from Plymouth, Devon (UK) to what later became Massachusetts would be hard enough. But being unprepared for poor soil, squatting on Indian land, disease and famine meant 2 out of 3 didn’t make it during the initial years. So what’s the good news? Thousands more of your fellow Englishmen would be lusting for adventure and fortune, coming behind you to settle in the new frontier. But wait, there’s more – then there were the Dutch, French and the Spanish to contend with as well… and their religions and edicts from their leaders!
Video 27 of our Series, Around the USA in 90 Days!
We spent the night at Point Judith State Park (Fishermans Memorial) only to find it rained all night, so no biking the next day. No problemo, we continued on to Newport Beach and checked out the mansions including the Breakers, Marble Mansion, Great Gatsby home and more. Finally, we enjoyed the scenic and impressive Fort Adams. Rhode Island gets its share of rain yet no wonder it truly has verdant views.
Video 26 of our Series, Around the USA in 90 Days!
We’re BACK (laptop crash while on our trip) and our next episode comes from Hartford, Connecticut where we visit the home of Mark Twain. Starting is life with so little, Samuel Clemens was ever a creative, adventurous man who studied life, people and what made them tick. Better yet, despite no more than a 6th grade education, Mark had a zeal to learn and share his adventures through stories well told throughout the world.
Video 25 of our Series, Around the USA in 90 Days!
In this episode we focus on the cinematic breathtaking drone views in upstate New York, including Lake Skaneateles (cleanest lake water in the USA), Moravia – the home of President Millard Fillmore and his wife as well as industrialist John Rockefeller. We also enjoyed the beauty of Lake Cayuga adjacent to an awesome State Park with fantastic bike trails.
Video 24 of our Series, Around the USA in 90 Days!
The Watkins Glen State Park long, long gorge and waterfalls are a must-see for anyone who wants to be up close and personal with mother nature. So if you are looking for a rare opportunity to literally touch this magical wonder with 19 waterfalls highlighting in action, head for the Finger Lakes in New York and be sure to add this to your bucket list!