DrFumblefinger is charmed by the small prairie town of Wolseley, Saskatchewan, home to both a swinging bridge and an Opera House.
Professor Abe shares a beautiful drive in South Africa, famous for whale sightings during the winter months.
DrFumblefinger visits the Arctic watershed marker, situated in northwestern Ontario.
Samantha and her husband had a great time in Amarillo, Texas and share some of the local hot spots.
While in Alberquerque New Mexico, Samantha and her husband did their own version of the Breaking Bad tour. Of course, one of the stops had to include Los Pollos Hermanos - aka Twisters.
DrFumblefinger shares some photos he took from his rear window perch while driving through Sri Lanka's central mountainous reigon.
DrFumblefinger spent a lot of time enjoying the views of beautiful Mount Shasta while on a recent road-trip to California.
Samantha shares her short but beautiful visit to Ayres Natural Bridge Park while on a road trip to Casper, Wyoming. It was quite peaceful in September.
Iceland adds a new road trip route along its Arctic Coast
DrFumblefinger shares images and details of a road-trip across the Overseas Highway, which connects the Florida Keys to the mainland. It is often called one of the best drives in America.
DrFumblefinger visits remote Kluane National Park in the Yukon territory. The park is home to most of the largest mountains in Canada, including it's tallest peak, Mt. Logan. It is home to hundreds of glaciers and forms part of the world's largest non-polar ice cap.
Rebecca Brown shares her selection of 'must-do' U.S. road trips, both short and super-long.
Mac the Moose is the symbol for the Canadian city of Moose Jaw. For the longest time, Mac was the largest moose in the world. That title was recently snatched by a Norwegian Moose!
Samantha and her husband like taking tours of breweries and distilleries. Today she shares her visit to Backwards Distilling Company in Casper, Wyoming. Cheers.
DrFumblefinger shares some photos taken this week while driving the scenic Cowboy trail in western Alberta.