|Beckett and Keltic with the Peace Tower|
|Yes, we would like to vote.|
Beckett and Keltic became part of the scenery when they sat on the chair by Emily Murphy, one of the statues on the Hill. You can read about her at the link above and about other women who fought for the rights of women in Canada.
We spent quite a bit of time sitting in the shade wherever we could find it. Beckett and Keltic were quite a hit with many tourists and even the tour guides on the Hill.
|You're in our shot!|
|Will they never leave?|
|Looking toward the Ottawa River|
|Looking back to the Chateau Laurier hotel|
|Beckett and Keltic at the War Memorial|
|Sentries on guard|
|Changing the sentry.|
We then walked the Sparks Street Mall before heading back to our car. I'm sure Beckett and Keltic will never forget that it was ribfest and I didn't buy them any. We got home before any of the rain started which was a good thing.
You might not have noticed but Beckett and Keltic are wearing their Canada 150 bandanas. The shot on Parliament Hill was the one I really wanted to get and I certainly didn't want to go down on Canada Day weekend, just too crazy that weekend.