I love the word pavillion (today's word at Every Inchie Monday). Don't know why, just do.
My first offering is a drawing of a local pavillion, found at Dundurn Castle, in my hometown of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Yes, we have a castle - sort of. It's actually a very large house where Sir Allan MacNab lived. (I'll let you look him up if you're not Canadian.) Keep in mind, this is a city that has a 300 foot 'mountain', which is what we call the Niagara Escarpment which runs through the city (that's what Niagara Falls falls over). The city is sort of divided into two parts: the mountain and below the mountain, which those that live there call the city. Hamilton is also called 'the waterfall city' because of the amount of small waterfalls that go over this escarpment. It's very pretty.
So this pavillion is part of the Dundurn Castle estate:
And, of course, I offer you my quilled inchie. Not too bad this week (if a little out of focus). If I could find my inchies I'd retake the picture. I think they are hiding somewhere with my crochet hooks:
Keep covered this week.