When a Canadian is late for work: Wakeboard life
How does a Canadian deal with waking up late for work? Like anybody else, he tries his best to accomplish the morning tasks on the commute. But when you're making your way from a remote island in Parry Sound to the office, it poses a little extra challenge. Imagination and determination go a long way, however. For Dave, the ride down the lake is 6 miles long and, with cargo shorts and big pockets, he is able to take what he needs along with him. It's just the right amount of time to get everything done on the fly. Lucky for Dave there is no rush hour traffic on the lake and he is able to get to his desk by the stroke of 9.