DrFumblefinger visits a farm museum, located on the oldest farm in the Alberta community of Red Deer.
Situated across from Churchill Square in downtown Edmonton, this building is the main art gallery in Alberta, with over 6,000 works of art.
DrFumblefinger visits this tiny building which is a functioning church, located in Alberta's badlands just outside of Drumheller.
Samantha is wishing for some Timbits and sharing pictures from a visit to Tim Hortons up in Alberta, Canada.
A lone raven in a snowy landscape, situated in the northern part of Banff National Park.
DrFumblefinger visits Alberta's capitol city and enjoys this view of its modern downtown skyline.
DrFumblefinger recalls one of his favorite places to spend time when he lived in Calgary. Fish Creek Provincial Park offers great hiking and cycling opportunities in a natural environment, in the heart of a major city. It is one of the largest urban parks in Canada
DrFumblefinger shares some photos taken while on the road on Alberta's vast prairie.
Jonathan L goes back to his 2005 trip for a May walk along the Bow River, in Alberta, Canada.
Jonathan L revisits a trip to the Athabasca Falls from 2005
DrFumblefinger shares some photos of "God Beams", taken early one morning in Banff National Park.
Pierre shares a photo of a summer aurora taken in rural Alberta.
DrFumblefinger does a day hike to Egypt Lake in Banff National Park.
Gumbo was visiting the Atlas Coal Mine in Alberta's Badlands, just south of Drumheller. It is the best-preserved historic coal mine in Canada and the only one with its tall wooden tipple preserved.
DrFumblefinger enjoyed this pleasant nature walk along the Oldman River with ever changing perspectives of the famous Lethbridge Train Trestle Bridge.