15 articles for you to enjoy in October. [Photo © Photo Ian Coristine/1000IslandsPhotoArt.com]
We say a sad goodbye to Bill Stallan, our "TI Life Comma Guy". We celebrate Covid Vaccination statistics and the US Border opening and meet the new TI Life Team!
This summer I wrote a post thinking it would be nice not to go out in the early morning alone and it would be nice to share with people who may not have had this opportunity before.
Doug McKenzie pays tribute to Ian Coristine's photograph as our way of saying thanks to Ian and his love of the Thousand Islands
Ships interest people for various reasons. There are those drawn to their technical features, or their economic role, or in the cargoes they carry . . .
The Peregrine Falcon has benefited the most, in certain regions, from the efforts of human hands . . .
Those of you who know me, know I like to explore! And this summer my explorations gave me time to reflect on "What's in a Name."
So today she sits, waits, and rusts away in the mud, forgotten like a broken, abandoned old vehicle in some equally forgotten, overgrown back field.
The 2021 Rosborough Rendezvous was held in Clayton, NY, and the Thousand Islands. Boats in the armada came from Florida, Maine, and Michigan . . .
"It's just not possible to write serious stuff all the time. . . " Plus "I’m not at ease in the air; every time a plane banks more than 45 degrees I still get tense . . . "
As you approach the Thousand Island Bridge, you hear, "Who can see the water first? There is a secret crevice between trees that offers a first glance that you always struggle to find.
Winding through the woods, I looked for a rock marker to let me know where to turn and find my cottage . . .
We see smoke and we panic - Fire makes us freeze with fear - We dial 911 and in minutes - These people readily appear . . .
What follows is a true story. You are free to believe it or not, but it did actually happen.
Sarah was irritated. She wasn't thrilled to be standing before a gigantic castle door on a dreary November afternoon, and she was beginning to worry about the long trip home . . .
This “impossible” puzzle was chosen to illustrate the importance of taking your time when you think you have all obvious answers . . .