HGTV ‘Curb Appeal: The Block’ Star Chip Wade Has Fall Fun in Portland, Maine
Yet another celebrity has blessed Maine with its presence over the weekend. HGTV’s star, Chip Wade, made his way through Salem and Maine to enjoy the beauty that New England offers in the Fall.
HGTV’s Chip Wade Spends Time in Maine
The star from Elbow Room and Curb Appeal: The Block posted on Facebook sharing time he spent with his family in Maine. As he shared, their time here was filled with, “beautiful foliage and tasty treats for days!!”
Maine is known for many things and “tasty treats” are definitely high on the list.
As you scroll through the photos, you’ll recognize local landmarks like Rigby Yard and Independent Ice Co. in the Old Port, Palace Diner in Biddeford, Peaks Island in Casco Bay, and the infamous tourist spot, Portland Lobster Company.
Did you even come to Maine if you didn’t grab a roll from Portland Lobster Co.?
For those of you who don’t binge reality TV and HGTV, Chris Wade is a highly experienced carpenter and craftsman. He is the contractor and master carpenter on HGTV’s Curb Appeal: The Block, where he demonstrates the tools and processes for exterior renovations, landscaping, and construction.
He is also the host, designer, and executive producer of his Emmy Award-Winning Series, Elbow Room, where he demonstrates how to customize your space and renovate a home to truly embody your lifestyle and taste.
Whether you’re a carpenter yourself or a TV-binge-watcher, Chris Wade would be an exciting celebrity to run into in Maine.