Janice and Mel taken at the Museum of Science and Technology in front of a train engine. Look at the size of the wheels!
Photo taken by Gordon - This is of me at the Museum of Science and Technology in a 1931 Austin AmericanWe had a lot of rain during the night and a few showers this morning but we got ready to take Mel and Janice to the Museum of Science and Technology and arrived there around 9:30 a.m. We were there for a couple of hours and saw pretty much all there was to see. From there we headed to Summerhays at Woodroffe and Baseline for lunch and then went back to the RV to pick up the dog.
From there we took them downtown on the Ottawa River Parkway, through the Market area, down Sussex and the Rockliffe Parkway, into Rockliffe to show them Michael Cowpland’s house, then back to the King Edward Bridge and across to Quebec to show them where the Museum of Science and Technology is located, then back to Ottawa on the Alexandra Bridge and down Elgin to the Queen Elizabeth Driveway, showed them the Arboretum, the Ornamental Gardens and the Experimental Farm. Then off to Hogs Back and Rideau Heights Campground and from there back home.
Then Janice and I went to Carlingwood for a couple of hours and did some looking around and actually bought a couple of items.
The weather cleared up this afternoon and was very nice although a bit cool but thank goodness the humidity is gone!