|Rhonda Miller in northern Canada spotted this fellow commuter|
on a highway during her commute to work. That's an
enormous wolf you see there.
And the more I hear about the way things happen in Canada, the more I want to live there.
One example: Here in America, the people are wild and the animals tend to be more normal. In Canada, the people are tame and it's the animals that tend to put on a show.
So it was when a teacher Rhonda Miller commuted down wintry Highway 3 in Canada's Arctic Northwest Territories when she unexpectedly encountered some traffic.
Miller was in the middle of nowhere, so it wasn't other cars that complicated the commute. It was wolves, notes the CBC.
Big, bad, huge, wolves.
Luckily, she was safe in her car, but these two enormous wolves were blasting down Highway 3 just as Miller was. She was trying to get to work in time. I'm not sure what the wolves were up to.
Miller said she was traveling at 40 to 50 mph and the wolves were going almost as fast.
Below is the excellent video she shot on her smart phone. The music playing on her car radio made it all seem even better. Bet your next commute to work won't be this interesting: