Wanting to explore? ... Where can you go for a day's outing or beyond?
In Part I, some readers thought there should be no problem with a flood tide that gets you "back to the launch ramp" when the wind drops to zero, but . . .
Editor’s Note: Back in October 2018, I wrote an article, "Closing up is hard to do." Among the photos was a special tribute to Derek Innes,
Let's take our little bow-rider that already provided tens of hours of joy in the Thousand Islands, on a road trip to the Saguenay River and Fjord to "watch the whales."
As the summers pass, my bride and I continue to investigate the region, to savor the attending features that make the 1000 Islands area unique.
A descriptoin of things to see and do on the Rideau Canal System written by Liz Huff.
A visit to the Remington Museum in Ogdensburg, NY by Tad Clark.
Description of a visit to Marshfield, NH. by Rex Ennis. Although not in the Islands, Rex alwasy found a way to bring what he loved to our readers. Rex Ennis died in the spring of 2018.
Ever wonder what it was like living in the St Lawrence River region a hundred-and-fifty years ago? Upper Canada Village near Morrisburg, Ont
Rex Ennis and his wife Janet, travelled to the Wentworth Hotel in New Hampshire. The link between the Wentworth and the Hotel Frontenac in the Thousand Islands is unique.
A visit to Clayton, NY's Antique Boat Museum. A perfect day's visit for visitors and islanders.
Back… two decades ago, when I was a kid, I took it all for granted. Never thinking the Islands were a special place. It was great, don’t get
This time I am not sending "TI Life" a picture of beautiful Loons but something completely different although there is a River involved! Rec
Several weeks ago, I was invited out to lunch with two friends, Elizabeth and Mary Ellen, Goodfellow.
As much as my wife and I like staying put when in residence at Comfort or Grenadier Island, there are occasions when we want to go on an excursion.
Ever wonder what it was like to live in a rural setting at the turn of the 20th century? A tour through the interior farmlands of Jeffers