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It’s mid-January and by now, you’re getting used to writing “2023.” River folks are beginning to enjoy various winter activities and snowbir
Lots to report this month. Tributes to River champions: Gerry Huck and Tom Walker; Photographs, plus, some winter activities . . .
The winds howled all night. and howling winds meant Lake Ontario came barreling down the River. The water came up an estimated two to two and a half feet, and the water
spray traveled many feet/meters inland . . .
Messges for Mike and Susie to work through
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Old system Scheduling
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We have our winners for the 2022 TI Life Photo Contest plus five honorable mentions.
Tribute to a poet, philosopher, professor and islander . . .
A serious account by Tom Robbins, a cancer patient, who reviews his life from diagnosis through treatment . . .
A beautiful French woman, wrongly convicted of spying for the Germans in World War One Paris and sentenced to be put to death by a firing squad, escapes under a new identity to New York City . . .
A missing tourist spells trouble for Senior Investigator Shana Merchant in this page-turning twisty mystery set in an atmospheric island community with a small-town vibe . . .
Season’s Greetings to everyone! 13 articles this month, with lots of gifts for you to enjoy. Please leave comments or send them to me. Most
Four puzzles this month - can you or can't you solve them? That really is the question!
A correction for a 2012 article! Remember Santa is coming to Alex Bay in December. Congratulate Jim Schnauber and enjoy our Photos for 2022, and make sure you enter our December photo contest.
All about the 2022 cruise ship OCEAN NAVIGATOR and the 1948 cruise ship ONTARIO.
Susan Mathis has just published book nine, "Rachel’s Reunion", in her Thousand Islands book series. This novel focuses on the amazing history of the old New Frontenac Hotel on Round Island as well as hope!
It is a beautiful day in the Thousand Islands, too nice to be complaining about the weather, the low water, and certainly about the devastat
Photographs for the end of summer. A tribute to Bea Schermerhorn and worries of low water and Florida.
Sherri Leigh Smith literally spent a lifetime helping us to understand our flying friends and as importantly, to find ways to keep their habitats intact or to improve them . . .