Volume 15, Issue 8, August 2020

14 Articles for an August like no other! Stay safe, this rollercoaster ride is not over...[ © Ian Coristine/1000IslandsPhotoArt.com]]

News in TI Life August '20

Yes that is a mask flying on high... ...From the Editor: Sad news: Karen Matthews Salisbury and David Ray Fairbairn, TIA Annual Meeting and more...

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Susan W. Smith

The Fawn that Came in out of the Rain

The fawn arrived exhausted on shaky legs on the shore of Grenell Island in the St. Lawrence River. Our daughter named him Pete.

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Lynn E. McElfresh

Simply Great

The great blue heron (Ardea herodias), the largest North American heron, is definitely great,

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Paul Hetzler

A COVID-19 Convocation

We began to plan a special event to honour Ben and Jonathan’s successful completion of their respective Masters degrees as a surprise to them

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Carolyn Pratt

Jim Montanus' NEOWISE (Near-Earth Object Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer )

Comet NEOWISE has put on a dazzling display for skywatchers... JJim Montanus Thoughts and Photographs...

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Jim Montanus

Hard Times...

Hard times for birds eating flying insects.

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Gerry Smith

Richard E. Armstrong, Artist

When I saw Richard Armstrong's drawing of Kingston's Pan Chancho Bakery, I wanted to step inside and buy my favorite

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Susan W. Smith

The Long Way Home: Writing "Ariel's Gift"

The moment I finished Napoleon's Gold: A Legend of the Saint Lawrence River, I knew my next novel would be Tom Flanagan's search for his brother Patrick,

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Thomas Pullyblank

More than a $tamp on an Envelope...

Folklore, Stamp collecting, a 1915 Classic Hutchinson, and… You Might Have a Pot of Canadian Seaway Gold in Your Attic!

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Cary R. Brick

A Sailboat For My Son

When my son is older I hope he takes with him, a little of the wisdom that Florence and the River have so graciously offered.

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Patrick Metcalf

Wooden Bridge

The memory of the Rideau Canal in 1971... brings me to 2020 and wanting to know if it is open?

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Dan Mack

Only the Tower Remains

...Yet one last trace is still visible from the village docks; a single tower that stands alone.

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Patrick Metcalf

Sudoku Puzzle #68

August is in full swing. What a great time to tackle another “impossible” puzzle.

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Dan LeKander

Communities: Chippewa Bay

Chippewa Bay has a rich history of hunting and fishing.

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John Kunz