Wednesday, April 17, 2013

BATES MOTEL: The Motel Website Is Real

If you watch Bates Motel (A&E, Mondays at 10pm ET), you might have noticed Norma looking at the new Bates Motel website during the episode.  It turns out this is a real website (view it here), much of it under construction, just like the motel in the show.  There's some wicked humor in it, and I've decided to post three places on the site that I think are pretty funny.  If you haven't seen all the episodes, you might want to avoid the spoilery content.  I'll be adding my own notes to the original captions for the three photos that can be found in the "Attractions" link on the website.  Thanks for reading.

The Great Outdoors
Local teens enjoy an invigorating forest hike.
Take a hike and discover the site where the largest tree on local record once stood before the (now defunct) White Pine Bay logging industry chopped it down.
Yeah, more like running away from drug growers trying to kill them, while Norman and Emma were looking for a sex slave held captive in the woods.-CC

Waterfront
A friendly deputy helps residents enjoy the view.
Once used for exporting lumber, the harbor is now primarily home to locally-owned boats, many of which have belonged to White Pine Bay seafaring families for decades. Kids love the bobbing boats, and it makes for a terrific romantic hideaway.
Everyone certainly had a lovely view of the burning body hanging in the town square.-CC

Midnight on the Bay
Two locals enjoy a private boat ride.
If you're looking for some privacy, nothing beats a midnight cruise around White Pine Harbor. Enjoy the deep waters, the smell of fresh air, and the sounds of local wildlife splashing in the night.
Not only that, you never know what kind of big catch your hook might bring up after their late night expedition!-CC

No comments:

Post a Comment

There was an error in this gadget