Which Two Sports Would You Travel to In the Winter to Avoid the Cold?

With snow already falling in some parts of Canada and people rolling their clocks back an hour over the weekend (except for Saskatchewan) it is time for another winter to begin.  Winter can be a real psychological challenge in Canada.  Nothing bogs down feelings and emotions more than months and months in a row of severely sub zero temperatures (or -50C if you live in Brandon).

Many farmers hunker down during the winter to relax by catching the odd game on the television at night.  Another way to relax is to head south and get some sunshine to break up the depression of freezing cold.  The real special winter excursions are trips to warmer climates that host a sporting event and some sunshine at the same time.

To start the winter vacation planning process we thought we would get your mind rolling.  If you were to take a sporting trip this winter to avoid the cold which sports would you attend if you had your choice. You can select up to two in the poll.

If you cannot see the above poll, CLICK HERE to vote and participate in this abstract fun poll.


Shaun Haney

Shaun Haney is the founder of RealAgriculture.com. He creates content regularly and hosts RealAg Radio on Rural Radio 147 every weekday at 4PM est. @shaunhaney


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