Everyone knows that when it comes to Tim Hortons, the people of Canada absolutely do not mess around. That explains why a Sussex woman simply refused to let snowy, near-impassable roads keep her from hitting up a Timmies for some coffee and Timbits (donut holes) on a recent morning. Instead, she busted out her sled and two Border Collies, and ventured to the nearby drive-thru location -- musher-style. It might be the most Canadian thing ever.
As seen in the video above, Allyson Mitton and her dogs, Braya and Shift, braved the snowy streets and successfully ordered a treat at the location's drive-thru window, much to the surprise of the workers and other customers inside, according to a report by Global News. "We got quite a funny reaction," Mitton said in the video. "We had people saying, 'I don't think I've seen anything like this before.'" They were likely just admiring her dedication.
Sure, it seems like a lot of trouble for some donut holes, but it certainly beats being stuck inside all day. Oh, and it's Tim Hortons.