If you are dreading your morning and evening rush hour commute, take a look at this short video segment with the Wall Street Journal’s Adam Thompson about Harbor Air – a sea plane commuter service between Victoria and Vancouver in British Columbia. According to Harbor Air’s website, the trip only takes about half an hour – shorter than many other commutes nowadays. Not only that, commuters actually save money as one commuter commented in the video segment that it costs her about C$6,000 a year to commute via the seaplane service – considerably less than having to own a second car or a house in Vancouver itself. And then there are the stunning views outside the window to look at! No mention in the segment what happens in the event of bad weather though.