Western Canada has been experiencing some record-breaking wind this week. \nOne man in Regina, Saskatchewan took full advantage of the ice and wind during the blizzard and fashioned what he affectionately refers to as a "sailboggan."\nEditor's Choice: The Dreaded Polar Vortex May Arrive Sooner Than Predicted & Here's Where It'll Hit First\n\nEver heard of a 'sailboggan'?⛵🛷 Watch as @DokaRyan steers his creation on its maiden voyage through this week's Saskatchewan blizzard.📍: Regina, Saskatchewan #SKstorm #YQR #ShareYourWeather pic.twitter.com/C12YSlzEuk— The Weather Network (@weathernetwork) January 15, 2021\n\n"It's windy and icy...SAILBOGGAN," he shouts at the beginning of the video. \nHis contraption is made up of a plastic toboggan, some plastic piping and several black trash bags. \nReminiscent of a windsurfing board, this invention shows that you don't need an ocean or, you know, warmth to have a good time. \nWe see the Saskatchewan man ripping around and taking a couple of tumbles in the process. \nFilmed on January 13, this video took place in the midst of a storm that brought winds over 130 kilometres per hour to western Canada. \nWhile the rest of us were cowering indoors, this guy was out there making history with his new invention. This is the exact kind of energy we need to see in 2021.