Sunday Canadian Travel Video – Full Mountie – Lonely Planet in Saskatchewan

It’s been a couple weeks since I’ve managed to find a video I wanted to share. Totally my bad, I’ve been pretty preoccupied trying to sort out the next couple months of my life. To say I’ve been busy would be the biggest understatement of the decade. Thankfully there’s a light at the end of the tunnel, and once I get through the next 6 weeks, my life will be a lot more simple. Or at least that’s the game plan. Ha!

So this weeks video was shared to me on Facebook by the awesome folks at Tourism Saskatchewan. In this video Robert Reid (US Travel Editor for Lonely Planet) travels to my hometown (Regina Saskatchewan) and finds out what it takes to be a Mountie. Robert, if you ever read this, high 5′s for this video and the awesome moustache. It gave me a solid guffaw.

Be sure to watch & read more about Robert Reids adventures on his personal blog Reid On Travel.


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One Response to “Sunday Canadian Travel Video – Full Mountie – Lonely Planet in Saskatchewan”

  1. Payden Fraser
    February 20, 2012 at 12:03 pm #

    Hey Corb, great video! Thought it was funny how 2 of the corporals that were helping Robert were the fathers of 2 kids I played hockey with. Such a small world in SK.

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