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. . . But as I got closer, I saw it move. The “thing” suddenly and intentionally dipped below the surface. It was alive!
I had no idea when I went out for a short paddle that I would end up discovering a language developed almost 200 years ago, not too far north from the River. My morning started out with a picture I took of what looked like a typical ship heading toward Boldt Castle . . .
CSL commissioned the mural, which was created by Bryan Beyung, along with equally renowned Canadian artists Emmanuel Jarus, Andrea Wan, and K.C. Hall, to help celebrate the spirit of the 2022 Canada Summer Games
It started out as a matter of curiosity. But it ended up being an adventure. Ever since the creation of the McFarlane hiking trail, we have enjoyed an occasional hike around the field within sight of the fascinating and historic Zenda Farms.
Out of the corner of my eye, I thought I saw two large white UFOs, flying along the shoreline. I listened carefully and, sure enough, I heard that familiar whistling sound. I pulled out my camera and wildly aimed . . .
But then, the unthinkable happened! Just a day before he was to pass through Alexandria Bay and Clayton, it was announced that Theodore would make an impromptu stop in Gananoque and would therefore not be going through the main US channel after all.
We discovered a little more of Minna Anthony Common's fascinating story that ends up circling back to the Thousand Islands of today!
Bob and I want to spread the word and help fund the renovations TILT is planning to make on a 60-foot historical railroad trestle...
Never has a ship that frequents the St. Lawrence Seaway been more appropriately named. I would guess it is one of the most photographed ships on the River ...
Since that day, and my first encounter with the CSL St-Laurent's mural-in-motion, I have learned several interesting details behind the creation of “The Sea Keeper” mural.
In interview with Kathleen Murphy, who is responsible for the beautiful rose garden at Singer Castle.
Anyone who knows the Mondores also knows that my husband and I love to hike! And we especially love to hike the Thousand Islands.