DrFumblefinger shares photos of an Inukshuk he spotted while canoeing in Canada's classic Bowron Lakes circuit.
The Columbia Valley in southeastern British Columbia gives origin to the Columbia River, and is associated with extensive wetlands.
DrFumblefinger shares some rural scenes in the very far north of the Idaho panhandle, right at the Canadian border.
DrFumblefinger shares images of a journey to Mt. Assiniboine in eastern BC. It is the tallest peak in the southern Canadian Rocky Mountains, and has a distinctive pyramidal shape.
DrFumblefinger visits the Miner's Memorial in Sparwood. The plaque and accompanying sculpture remember the 181 miners who lost their lives in the region since 1901.
Balance Rock on Haida Gwaii is aptly named. It's quite a large rock, perhaps 4 meters wide, and rests steady even while it is pounded by the elements.
DrFumblefinger visits this massive truck, a one-of-a-kind custom built vehicle made for open pit mining operations. It was retired after 25 years of service, but during its time was the largest dump truck in the world.
DrFumblefinger comes across a sandy cliff pock-marked by holes created by birds -- almost certainly created by highly social bank swallows.
DrFumblefinger spotted this group of Bighorn Sheep while traveling in southeastern British Columbia.
DrFumblefinger enjoys a lovely sunset on the eastern shore of Vancouver Island.
DrFumblefinger is a fan of the color of tamarack trees in the fall.
DrFumblefinger recalls one of his more memorable trips, a week of sea kayaking with his 13 year old son in British Columbia's Inside Passage.
In British Columbia, a new skywalk combines elements of adventure, nature and fun.
DrFumblefinger enjoys a lovely display of wildflowers in the remote wilderness of Northern British Columbia.
DrFumblefinger visits Yoho National Park in early summer, when the rivers are filled with thaw from the high alpine regions.