Aaron has been the driver and I have mastered the job of gasping, grabbing my heart, and yelling "Oh $h!t". It is a difficult job but someone has to do it :)
Here are a few pictures to back up this story. The first three pictures had a large construction area nearby so I assume it is currently being fixed. This, I am usually unable to say about St. Croix's roads. But I have to say, the bucket really did work as an indicator of peril below and the guardrail made from small pieces of wood did keep us from driving close to the edge. These areas reminded me of washed out areas in Puerto Rico where bright yellow cones were the only indicators of a sudden drop off.
So you might ask why someone would want to attempt driving in Dominica. Our answer is the experience, the ability to go anywhere you want, and the spectacular views. Some of these views are below.