Carrying on with this tour of the tulips at Dow's Lake, here are more of them.
The Beavertails hut was among the food choices here in the park, and it was always busy. Beavertails are a fried pastry in the form of the beaver tail, garnished in a variety of ways. The chain is based out of Ottawa, often appearing at festivals while maintaining a permanent location in the Byward Market and locations across the country.
This, for instance, is the maple Beavertail. I'd have saved you a bite, but, well, I can't be trusted around such treats. :)
This is one of those shots taken on Victoria Day when I was here in the morning, another one of those tulip sculptures. This one stood outside a tent shelter for Lee Valley, a tools and gardening business based out of Ottawa, with stores across Canada and a catalogue business. Tom mentioned he was familiar with them from his nursery days.
Moving on, the path took me towards other tulip beds. Tomorrow we'll have a finale to this series.