For as long as I can remember wanting to be a journalist, I've wanted to work for the BBC. As of this week, we can scratch that one off of the bucket list.
My first story for BBC Autos took me to The Township of Woolwich in Ontario, Canada to investigate how the township, local law enforcement and the area's horse and buggy-driving Mennonite population all work together to keep area roads and highways safe for everyone.
Not to toot my own horn, but the story ended up being a fascinating look at how old customs can still find a place in the modern world.
Wanna take a read? Head on over to the BBC.