The Order

We’ve been wanting to create this video since we ended our road-trip in December. This is the order in which we visited every State, Province, and Territory in Canada and the United States as controlled by YOU, the followers of alexandluke.com.

Enjoy,
alex and luke.

PS: The First Band/Person to create a YouTube video of them covering the song used in this video gets an alexandluke.com prize.

Alex and Luke meet FRED PENNER!

Posted on May 4th, 2010 in favourites,Newfoundland,YouTube by alex and luke

Big Thanks to Fred Penner for providing such a great recommendation! If you don’t know who Fred Penner is you can learn more about him at this website here.

Or, watch him bond with animals while walking through the Canadian wilderness, and then climb through a log and into our childhood hearts here.

Laundromat Song

Posted on April 27th, 2010 in favourites,Newfoundland,YouTube by alex

I just found this old footage that we took while waiting for our clothes to finish washing in a laundromat in the middle of nowhere. They were some of the slowest machines I’ve ever encountered, and we had three loads to do! To pass the time, we made up songs to the beat of the washer (rarely an hour goes by that one of us isn’t making up a song about what we are doing). I forgot this particular song had been recorded, but when I came across it, I decided to make a music video out of it – enjoy!

We got Screeched In!

Posted on April 23rd, 2010 in favourites,Newfoundland,Suggestions,YouTube by alex and luke

You suggested, and we obliged… we became honorary Newfoundlanders to an audience of two in a motel bar in place called Cow Head. We will remember it always. Hope you enjoy!

Two Great Things

Posted on April 22nd, 2010 in favourites,Newfoundland,Nova Scotia,YouTube by alex and luke

We had a really nice time exploring Eastern Canada and still have some videos of Newfoundland and Prince Edward Island to share with you. We are bunkering down in a Portsmouth coffee shop to get them done for you, but until then we have some things to share:

1)   We had CBC’s Jennifer Hollett join us on the road for 3 days in Newfoundland last week. We had a lot of fun travelling with her, and she shot a really great piece on us. It can be seen by clicking here.

2)   We made a video a couple of weeks ago about the world’s largest lobster in Shediac, New Brunswick. That video had an original song it, the video below is a behind the scenes look into how the song was created. Big thanks to Paul Brown and Stu Macphee for their help.

Stay tuned,

a&l

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