Don investigates how Hawaii powered its first cash crop: sugar, by crawling through the rusting remains and twisting waterways of a sugar mill on the island of Kauai.
Don shoots the rapids and mucks out pig stalls in North Carolina, learns the secrets of bull riding in Texas, and stakes out early casino security in old school Las Vegas.
Don heads to Utah to help prep a ski jump, visits Vandenberg Air Force Base in California and hits Georges Island in Boston Harbor.
Don travels around the US, climbing roofs, ripping apart old cars, recycling tires, learning survival skills and investigating the mechanics behind Vegas landmarks.
Don tears apart old cars, digs for sea salt, visits NASA testing grounds, rides atop a tramcar in Palm Springs and joins in the demolition of a bridge.
Don shares his pictures from the road as he visits Kennedy Space Center, Denver International Airport, Le Reve and Wolf Creek Dam.
Don's latest adventures have him bobsledding, diving into a huge water tank, getting dirty at a landfill, visiting a NASA space center and exploring the foundation of a dam.
Don climbs more than 500 feet to the new Bay Bridge, drives a NASA rover, makes sugar, and lights things up in Las Vegas. See his pictures.
Don shares his pictures of bourbon making in Kentucky, exploring the subway project beneath Manhattan, and climbing ’coasters in Ohio.
Don climbs more than 500 feet to the new Bay Bridge, drives a NASA rover, makes sugar, and lights things up in Las Vegas.