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Sequels are the bread and butter of Hollywood, so Mother Nature decided to jump on the bandwagon and create a sequel of her own. High Water once again...
I love South Bay! It was the first section of the River I explored my first year on the island back in 1975.
From the very beginning, Cliff House was a mystery. The Cliff House became a curiosity. Islanders from far and near flocked to the deserted hotel to wander through the furnished rooms.
What better way to start a day on the island than with a row in a St. Lawrence River Skiff?
It goes something like this. Back in the mid-18th century, two Irish girls were given the choice to either marry or become nuns.
A description of living in the Thousand Islands for only one week, or as an almost-permanent islander... What kind of Islander are you?
Description of parties as far back as 1899 on Grenell Island in the Thousand Islands. Dances (Hops) were even more popular then!
Even fifty years ago, the need for a sheriff seemed laughable. In her July 1965 Thousand Islands Sun column, Grenell Island correspondent...
The River teaches us lessons and I learned mine one night while ki-YAKKING - thankfully without catastrophie
Sometime in August — just as the summer season is coming to a close — five River women set aside a day just for themselves alone on the River.