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Border, Masks, COVID-19, Ships colliding, Past comments... and lots of stories... Yes, July may be quiet on the River, but lots to tell you about.
Maybe I am giving it away, but the last paragraph in Tom French’s first short story in Wind Water Waves touched me like few descriptions of life on the River ever have.
This issue is dedicated to two groups... those lucky enough to be spending July 2020 on the River and to those who are wishing they were spe
An exceptional opportunity to own a magnificent refinished and furnished cottage with a completely renovated two-slip boathouse with private
Empty churches... Tributes to Paul Fournier and Shawn McLaughlin...Seaway news and June's photographs.
Who is stepping up and helping when some can’t help themselves? The answer is, of course, the Northern New York Community Foundation
Thousand Islands Life is now online... 14 articles are waiting for you this June in 2020!Photograph by Karen MillspaughFrom the Editor Thous
To come back or not to come back? That is the Question...Patrick Metcalf's poetry to make you smile... Remembering Dennis Brennan and Hans C. Wahl...
The gift of a paint-set as an adult, seemed to seal part of her life's work. The other gift came much earlier in the form of several softcover, spiral-ring booklets describing yoga to a teenager.
11 Articles for May, 2020 - We hope these will give you a smile and provide new and important information for summer 2020:Thousand Islands L
This Bluff Island property for sale has a 4,000 square foot historic mansion with seven bedrooms. It was built in 1900 by Brigadier General
Special tribute to the late Martin Zonnenberg, closed borders, as well as other news.
Murder,” I repeated, the word clumsy on my tongue. The last time I spoke it, I was in another world.
All non-profits need our financial and moral support so when the time comes and you can see that light at the end of the tunnel, please contact your friends here, those who work so hard to make our communities special.
15 Articles this month, more than usual; I hope you will use your free time to explore. Here's hoping you will find a smile as you stay in
Ian Coristine taught us that just liking our little part of the Thousand Islands is not enough... we have to work together to Raise the Bar!
As soon as we learned that Ian Coristine was gravely ill from pancreatic and liver cancer, it was obvious that we needed to do an “Ian’s Iss
Ian, may you fly as low or as high as you wish from now on. You have "raised the bar" for all of us and we are grateful.