a little backstory

Statues in the park

Statue in the park across from Dows Lake.  Very brightly colored addition to the subdued foliage colors around it.

Mother Earth

MOSAÏCANADA 150/Gatineau 2017 exhibit in Jacques-Cartier Park is free and well worth the visit

Stunning Sunsets

Living and working in the Nations Capital is a delight to the senses daily.  This is just one view of the majestic Ottawa River, steeped in history.

 National War Memorial

Tomb of the Unknown soldier.  Standing in memory of those who gave their lives it also has one more event to forever remember - a series of shootings that occurred on October 22, 2014 taking the life of  Cpl Nathan Cirillo

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Bike Path

A little secret that hides and was inaccessible in 2017 due to flooding. To get here, take the path down to the museum along the canal locks right on the Ottawa.  Meander behind the parliament buildings on your bike for miles

Womens' Memorial

Sculpture installed in 2010 after much debate.  A local art teacher and students from the high school designed built the sculpture. Made of bronze mounted on a granite base and finished October, 2010


The Capilano Suspension Bridge spans the Capilano River in the District of North Vancouver, BC, Canada. A fairy tale like hike leading you into the trees above and the valley below on the steep side of a mountain. 

Dennis Oppenhiem Sculpture: Engagement

Installed in 2005 n the heart of Vancouver, on the shores of  English Bay on Sunset Beach.   Engagement is a  one of a series of Sculptures by renowned artist, Dennis Oppenheim