We have been in Ottawa for 2 1/2 days trying to take in as much as possible, yet still have not visited the Parliament buildings. That, my friends, should happen on Monday. Needless to say, we have not been idle. Our feet have been on the go in rain, brief interludes of sun, and cold gusty wind. Yes, we’ve had it all! Today though has been the coldest and if it wasn’t for the need to see chef Lynn Crawford in person I just might have stayed warm and dry indoors. But wait, I get ahead of myself. There has been so much in these past days I cannot possibly cram it all into one post, or can I? No, not possible to blog about the quaintness of a small Quebec town and my meeting chef Lynn. We’ll simply save those for tomorrow’s post and move right along with a walk around Major’s Hill Park, walk across the Alexandra Bridge which spans the Ottawa River between Ottawa, Ontario and Gatineau, Quebec and visit the Canadian Museum of History.
Boy I tell you, the colors of fall here just take my breath away!