DrFumblefinger ventures through Paradise Valley in Banff National Park, making his way to picturesque Lake Annette.
A few peaks caught DrFumblefinger's attention while driving through the Canadian Rocky Mountains.
Kandy's Temple of the Tooth is where one of the most sacred Buddhist relics is found -- one of Lord Buddha's teeth. It's a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Gumbo was visiting the vast underground cavern that is the heart of the Skocjan Cave in Slovenia. It has been a World Heritage Site since 1986.
DrFumblefinger enjoys a group of bighorn sheep in the Rocky Mountains, this one consisting of ewes and their lambs.
Like most of us, these days Marilyn Jones is traveling in memories of places she's been and hopes to return to. Today, she shares Bruges, Belgium with us.
The restoration work at Notre Dame enters a new phase with the removal of the last of the damaged temporary scaffolding.
In a year when there are all-too-few visitors, Venice puts off a new 'day-tripper' tax for now.
DrFumblefinger goes for a short hike in Everglades National Park.
DrFumblefinger visits Yoho National Park in early summer, when the rivers are filled with thaw from the high alpine regions.
DrFumblefinger's love of adventure started with books; in this essay, he follows in the footsteps of John Steinbeck's "Log from the Sea of Cortez."
Gumbo was visiting the massive Red Fort Complex in Old Delhi. Home to the Mughal emperor and his court, the Red Fort is now a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Gumbo was visiting the largest grove of Sequoia trees in Yosemite National Parks. Sequoias are the largest living things on the planet.
A day trip from Cape Town, South Africa proved a highlight of DrFumblefinger's trip, with great views, and penguins too!
DrFumblefinger visits one of the world's best known walls in Northern England. Roman Emperor Hadrian saw the need for its construction in the 2nd century AD to protect the Roman world from the Scottish barbarians to the north.