If there's one thing Canadians know how to do, it's make the best of bad weather.
Amid a polar vortex, a video from Carstairs, Alberta, shows a man tobogganing down a hill and crashing through a bunch of pants and shirts that appear to be frozen solid.
We're officially putting together a bowling team for the next Winter Games ❄🎳🇨🇦 📹: @apyzalski, Carstairs, Alberta… https://t.co/nAEUvXEzMn— The Weather Network (@The Weather Network) 1613061900.0
"Polar vortex and bowling in Canada, this is how we do it," he says before sprinting up a hill.
He hops on his toboggan, head-first, and shoots down the hill into the makeshift bowling pins.
After watching several more runs, you're simply not Canadian if you're not considering setting up your own frozen bowling lane in your backyard.
Canada is being slapped with below-freezing weather from coast to coast and it might stick around for a while.
Now that outdoor gatherings of groups of up to 10 are allowed again in Alberta (with proper safety precautions such as distancing and wearing a mask), a polar vortex bowling lane might make for a fun pastime.