It's the end of the summer and I don't feel like tackling anything too heavy. So let's talk about smuggling illegal substances. Better yet, let's sing about it.
I am sure you have heard of narcocorridos, the Mexican song genre that celebrates and heroizes people who smuggle drugs north across the U.S. border. Well, that is not our subject for the day.
Instead we have a song from my friend Zeke Hoskin, discussing the true story of some earlier smugglers heading in a different direction. You may remember Zeke from his occasional words of wisdom in our comment section. He wanted you to know that he wrote most of the song on Canada Day, 1992, while waiting to cross the border.
That's his wife Flip Breskin on guitar, by the way.