More importantly, after borrowing a car from the good folks at MAC Jets, lobster rolls downtown:
From our Boston to Bar Harbor, Maine trip in a Robinson R44 helicopter. Tony Cammarata was in back with a door removed and a Nikon D850. Instrument student Vince Dorow and I were flying.
Also available as a streaming 8K video.
4 thoughts on “Aerial Photos of Portland, Maine”
At first sight those people dining between the skeletons look like ole good Church-going folks.
I like areal views, maybe I will dust-off plans to get a pilot license after all
There’s a lot of Portland in Portland, what can be done?
Nice to see the sailing vessels! And I love the sense of humor at the lobster roll restaurant. “Since we have to do this, we might as well make it fun.” Straight-up Addams Family. I think John Astin would approve, and he’s an actual JHU alum (1952, ΦΚΨ).
Gomez the Politician:
Right column, sixth photo down: The little garden plots behind the tennis and basketball courts.
I 99.99% sure that’s the Casco Bay Community Garden, part of Portland’s “Urban Agriculture” program.
They are hiring for a “Development & Partnerships Manager” – which means, essentially, the person who gets the donations and manages the donators.
Salary range of $52,000 – $62,000 annually based on experience and qualifications
Full-time, exempt position, working 40 hours per week. We believe in work-life balance, and are committed to keeping the workload in alignment with the true hours worked
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Based on the size of those garden plots, it looks like they might be able to feed 5 families for a few months at most. I wonder why they just don’t spend the $62,000 and buy the food?
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