DrFumblefinger visits the site of the Frank Slide in Alberta's Crowsnest Valley. The slide occurred in 1903 and remains Canada's deadliest landslide.
DrFumblefinger visits two largely abandoned churches in the small Badlands town of Dorothy, Alberta.
DrFumblefinger stops by the Courthouse Museum, a lovely limestone structure located just north of the USA border in Cardston, Alberta.
DrFumblefinger visits an ice and snow covered Lake Louise in spring.
DrFumblefinger visits and explores Old Strathcona, a historic neighborhood in south Edmonton that has become a trendy spot.
DrFumblefinger visits the tiny hamlet of Dorothy. Never a large community, it nonetheless served as an important rail center for the shipment of regionally mined coal and grain crops.
DrFumblefinger talks to take in the sight of this impressive prairie thunderstorm in southeastern Alberta.
DrFumblefinger found these two vintage firetrucks in the collection of the Bomber Command Museum of Canada in Nanton, Alberta
DrFumblefinger shares photos of a barn and shed on the Alberta prairies that caught his attention while on a roadtrip.
DrFumblefinger visits one of the first cabins built in southern Alberta, this in the small town of Cardston.
DrFumblefinger wanders the streets of the small city of LaCombe, Alberta, and enjoys its ambience and fine historic core.
Gumbo was visiting the Bomber Command Museum of Canada, located in the small prairie town of Nanton, Alberta.
DrFumblefinger recently visited the West Edmonton Mall, once the largest shopping mall in the world.
DrFumblefinger visits Olympic Plaza in downtown Calgary. It was here that the Winter Olympic medal ceremonies were held in 1988. The space has now been converted into a public park
DrFumblefinger explores an urban late fall hike in Calgary, on the popular Glenmore Reservoir Trail.