From Baxter to Belfast - From Great Pond to Grand Lake Stream - From Monhegan to Moosehead . I'm all about rediscovering the Maine outdoors and my family's connection with it.
Saturday, September 1, 2012
The Ballad of Fly Rod Crosby .. Rangeley Maine
I found this video on the internet this morning. Normally I post only my original video but I found this extremely entertaining and hope you do as well…
The Fly Rod Crosby Trail is a new heritage trail in Western Maine celebrating the life and Times of Maine’s first registered Guide: Cornelia “Fly Rod” Crosby. The trail will stretch approximately 45 miles from Strong where she is buried, through Phillips where she lived and Rangeley where she guided and finally end up at the Outdoor Sporting Heritage Museum in Oquossoc. This video was created to help promote the new trail. The cast and crew are all volunteers and the music was written by The Sandy River Ramblers, a local Maine Bluegrass band.