I doubt everyone's trip to Bangor to get vaccinated will be this cool!

A guy named Michael Menes has his own YouTube Channel called "from ME" It features his road trips in and around Maine, and features videography and photography, and his awesome juggling skills. Yes, this dude can really juggle quite well.

Michael recently took a trip to Bangor to get his second COVID shot, at Northern Light Health. Armed with his trusty DJI drone, he takes the opportunity to film some of the iconic sights of Bangor, as a tribute to our most famous celeb. The cool thing about this video is that it's shot like a movie trailer, with a dramatic voice over, and some cinematic music thrown in for good measure.

Things start off with a stop by the Paul Bunyan statue at the Cross Insurance Center, then some spooky black & white footage shot at the West Broadway home of the legendary, Stephen King. My personal favorite part of the video is when he heads to Mount Hope Cemetery, where he whips out some very large knives that he juggles expertly, with a sweet close up of his vaccination sticker. Imagine driving by and seeing that!

It just so happens that his visit was the same day as the Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race, so he gets some great shots of people crossing the finish line in Downtown Bangor. Then it's a stop to Mason's Brewing Company for a cold one, then lunch at the fabulous Thai Etc.

His short film wraps up with an accidental DJI drone crash, but what a show. Nicely done, Michael!

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