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Marilyn Neulieb poetry, Virtual Save The River Winter Environmental Conference and Toronto Boat Show! Winter photographs... and more
About the LIMESTONE, The Limestone Company, Mark Ellis of Mark Ellis Design LLC and the CEO, Scott Hanson...
Alex Bay's Johnny Truesdell gives us a website, Facebook page, calendars and a beautiful small picture book depicting the Thousand Islands of today!
All I want right now is spring... I know it is only January, but the thought of returning to the River brings a smile. To help us get there
Holiday photographs, Gretchen Huntley's tribute poem, and more...
Mid-December - the news of the vaccine is hopeful and so far, no 3-day blizzards. For those of us who are not hosting family or friends this
A lucky 13 articles this month - should help when the days get shorter!
It started with a phone call from a name I recognized, Gretchen Huntley, but someone I had never met and it took me on a path of discovery...
November 2020 needs no introduction - suffice it to say we are happy that Canadian Thanksgiving has passed safely, the month is half over, U
News items, Events, Photographs and Scott Ouderkirk's latest wooden boat video... check this one out.
Time... lots of time. No parties, no shopping and no dusting... all part of Covid 19 and staying in our bubbles. What have you done over the year?
October with its red leaves, cold nights and closing up! The last part is my least favorite. This summer has been very different. No high wa
Many cottages have a guest book that records the annual ebb and flow of guest to the island. This year, I wish I would have a guest book for
News from September... Tribute to Bill Hale, Scott Ouderkirk's latest video, a Get Well Card for Bill Stallan, TI Life's "comma's policeman" and even some genealogy research..
We want to know just who you are and why are you writing nine novels about the Thousand Islands and your special Grenell Island?
This September issue has 13 articles with lots of nature stories and introduces some special people. We also have an essay, a restored boat
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...
When I saw Richard Armstrong's drawing of Kingston's Pan Chancho Bakery, I wanted to step inside and buy my favorite