Peck's personal Web site
visit to Marlowe and Dima in Ottawa, Canada
may not find this terribly rewarding unless you're included here, so this is a
good time for casual and random browsers to turn back before they get too caught
up in the sweep and majesty of the proceedings and can't let go.
Ottawa, Ontario, 2004
buildings in Canada's capital city, Ottawa, Ontario, home also of Carleton University,
where young Marlowe Peck is beginning her second year. She and Dima live in nearby
Dima, Dad (in Loganberry Festival T-shirt), Marlowe, Parliament; (right) "Hit
the road, Jack".
across the river in Québec --
Gatineau across the river in Québec.
The city's name was changed in 2002, or rather Hull got sucked into nearby Gatineau
in some DeLay sort of political rearrangement.
different kind of monumental architecture -- the US embassy with its distinctively
Five" suffragette sculpture by Barbara Paterson (2000), celebrating the Persons
case of 1929, when Canada recognized that women were included in the constitutional
phrase "persons". The suffragette in the orange shirt is modern and
not part of the presentation.
Emily Murphy and Dmitri Filippov; (right) Nellie McClung and Marlowe Peck
Muir Edwards, Kristin Hagge, Louise McKinney
revisiting the Château Laurier in Ottawa, in commemoration of a sojourn there some
years earlier with her grandmother
the Ottawa street market, Dad (Loganberry Festival T-shirt, left) and Marlowe;
Marlowe and Dima.
you coming, or not?
Gallery of Canada, excellent. Thin but profound on 17th century Dutch masters,
so the rest is gravy.
at Colonel By's Rideau
Canal that wends its way right through the town.
and suggestions are welcome if positive, resented if negative,
All rights reserved, all wrongs avenged. Posted 24 September 2004, revised 11 October 2008, 8 May 2013.