DrFumblefinger enjoys visiting Lake Louise, and finds this image of canoes stocked on the lake's dock one of the most popular.
The Okotoks erratic originated in Jasper National Park. It was moved here by a glacier and deposited when the glacial ice receded. Big Rock is the largest erratic in the world.
DrFumblefinger shares photos of a herd of bison, residing at Rocky Mountain House National Historic site in Alberta.
Chris finds a rare beary tree -- one rich in bear cubs -- in northern Alberta.
The second car made by Ford, replacing the very popular and long-lived Model T. The Model A sold almost 5 million units in its four year run.
DrFumblefinger visits a piece of public art, created for Expo 67, relocated after that event to downtown Calgary.
DrFumblefinger visits an older building in Calgary. Originally home to a lumber and power company, today it houses a popular breakfast spot.
It's rare to spot a lynx in the wild, and rarer still to have a family of them pose for a portrait!
Gumbo was visiting the historic Bar U Ranch National Historic Site, once one of the largest ranches in Canada. The ranch preserves buildings and the historic period when large herds of cattle roamed the prairies, before they were fenced in.
DrFumblefinger came across this beautiful convertible in Calgary
DrFumblefinger shares some of the photos he took of Banff National Park on a nice winter day.
DrFumblefinger spots a lovely 1968 Camaro RS in Calgary.
DrFumblefinger explores the murals of LaCombe, Alberta, featuring scenes of the town's history, from the pioneers to the 1930s.
DrFumblefinger came across this group of bighorn sheep while visiting Banff National Park this past winter.
DrFumblefinger visits Crowfoot Glacier located beside the Icefields Parkway in northern Banff National Park.