They look through its pages to find odd jobs, crazy trades and unique ways to make a quick buck. It's as genuine old New England as it gets. With cash in hand, they're eager to spend it on anything they can turn around for even more profit. The other three hail from Vermont. And Clint Rohdin and his future son-in-law Nate trade mechanical skills and hard labor for the perfect demolition derby junker.
The only catch is, he needs it in a week! Never heard of Uncle Henry's? Besides Bennett and Codwell, three people featured in the show live in the vicinity of Dover-Foxcroft, and two live in the Lewiston area. And just to show how confident he is about winning, Turtle's going to build his rifle from scratch. Her beat focused on youth, education, democratic reform, innovation and infrastructure. Who needs Craigslist when you have Uncle Henry's? The Sharp Entertainment-produced show will follow a new set of couples in long-distance relationships who are reunited in the U. But the common goal is always to make more than they spend and leave time to enjoy life and their hobbies on their own terms.
Meanwhile, Clint sets Bruce up with a big money job: converting an old dump truck into a working log loader for a friend with a logging job in Alaska. Bernie Metcalf, who is from Down East, a Washington County contractor who lives in Machias, was not familiar with the show. Meanwhile, Nate works overtime to cover a brand new truck while Tasty attempts to work his charm in selling a truck having a snow plow to some comely youthful lady. Meanwhile, Turtle's confident he can sell a Hovercraft at a biker gathering--until a surly customer puts his patience to the test. Craig Piligian, Mike Nichols and Bryan Severance are Executive Producers for Pilgrim Studios. Meanwhile, at the Dickering Days swap meet, Clint's daughter Nina proves she's a chip off the bartering block. And Turtle and his crew get into an argument that turns downright ballistic when they decide to hold a shooting contest for bragging rights.
Release year Genre Description They come from Down East Maine. The dickering comes into play when they haggle for the best deal they can get. Webb screened people and put candidates in touch with the production company, which eventually narrowed the list and made a promotional video and began pitching it to networks. Never heard of Uncle Henry's? Can he and Codfish do the job without destroying all the treasures inside? The History Channel, however, could have taken a lesson from National Geographic. Now it's up to Bruce to prove that these events are not only a good time, but can reap rich rewards. But getting the jumbo-sized monster out of the field is the first problem, and then finding a buyer who won't scrap it is the second.
Hey, you find my septic system and I'll give you a bunch of scrap metal. At the same event, Bruce and the Morin Brothers go toe to toe in a dickering prank. Just a normal week in Down East Maine! With winter around the corner, our dickerers see possibilities to attain on cold-weather equipment. Using a weekly publication, Uncle Henry's, as a guide, our expert dickerers make a good enough living in swapping, buying, and selling, to enjoy life on their own terms. Meanwhile, tractor-loving Clint turns an old tractor to its former glory without spending a nickel.
Then you probably don't live Down East in Maine , because it's a popular magazine filled with classified ads. Each has a different strategy, but all have the same goal: spend a little, make a lot, and do it before the next the guy. She holds a Master of Arts in Journalism from Western University and a Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto. With cash in hand, they're eager to spend it on anything they can turn around for even more profit. People outside of Maine associate the entire state with the term Down East, suggested Bennett.
. This one, of course, has plenty of treasures but also focuses of trading of labor. All they need is a projector, a screen, and everything else. The new episodes will debut on Sunday at 9 p. Clint tries to restore then sell a classic Bombardier, while Bruce faces a constant fight as he attempts to sell his Skidder to some no-nonsense neighbor. Knocking and talking, wheeling and dealing, swapping and trading—dickering—is a way of life for these guys.
The characters are down to earth and so much more likable than those Duck guys. Whoever said the good life came easy? Whether it's building a bridge, climbing a bell tower or officiating a wedding, they'll do whatever it takes to make a few bucks so they can enjoy life on their own terms. No decision has been made yet on extending the show — which premiered April 2 — beyond eight original episodes. I simply love this show. Meanwhile, Clint sets Bruce up with a big money job: converting an old dump truck into a working log loader for a friend with a logging job in Alaska. The show was cast and developed by Crybaby Media, a production company based in New York City, in a partnership with Pilgrim Studios in California.
We have two print publications, our classified website and numerous mobile apps and other offerings to keep you buying and selling to your heart's content. Will he end up in the hole or ahead of the game? Available: History Show Details Who needs Craigslist when you have Uncle Henry's? And Turtle and his crew get into an argument that turns downright ballistic when they decide to hold a shooting contest for bragging rights. Meanwhile, History will bring back Down East Dickering for another season on November 12 at 10 p. The only catch is, he needs it in a week! She also spent a year covering the Hill as a journalist with iPolitics. These people are hard workers and know how to work a deal! Tony scrambles to make cash selling chainsaws at the Lumberjack Festival. I hope they get picked up for another season because I'm actually sick to death of the antique centric shows.