Hopping on a plane and taking a trip to another province or another country just for fun used to be something many of us took for granted.
Nearly 15 months into a pandemic, with travel a distant memory, it seems like a good time to celebrate great locales close to home.
So CBC Manitoba’s morning show, Information Radio, asked listeners to name places in Manitoba they’d visited.
They delivered, and singer-songwriter Leonard Sumner used those submissions to rewrite I’ve Been Everywhere — a country classic by Geoff Mack (popularized by artists like Johnny Cash and Stompin’ Tom Connors) .
You can watch the video below.