That was certainly a very Canadian moment, eh.
A Tim hortons in Rosetown, Sask. got a couple of drive-thru customers that were using very climate-friendly modes of transportation earlier this week.
It happened on Tuesday, when a Mountie and another man on horseback decided to stop for a quick caffeine fix.
The men approach the speaker and order a pair of coffees before picking up their beverages at the window ahead.
In true Canadian fashion, the Mountie pays for both drinks.
It was all captured on video by Judy White Claffey, although many others who were enjoying a coffee and donut of their own went outside to film the scene.
While you certainly wouldn’t see something like that happen in Vancouver or Toronto, it was the perfect moment for small-town Saskatchewan.
We're hoping the horses got a couple of Timbits out of the deal too.