Earlier this week I presented some photos of Canada Day in Quebec City. Today I have a fun scene that we came across as we were walking back from La Citadelle de Quebec. We came across this row of old cannons that once protected the city. As you can see a young boy and girl (his sister I presume) are showing their climbing prowess while their mother looks on. The Citadel was built between 1820 and 1850 and currently houses the Royal 22e Regiment, an official residence of the Governor General of Canada and an extensive military museum.
Have a good Labor/Labour Day weekend everyone!
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