Photographic Collections shared with Thousand Islands Life Magazine
Sometimes it feels as though Old Man Winter has a temperature-oscillation App which he turns on before disappearing for a week or two..
“Christmas is coming the geese are getting fat… please put a penny in the old man’s hat. If havn't got a penny, a Ha’penny will do… if you haven’t got ha’penny then God bless You.” read more...
What’s more fun than getting a great Christmas present? Getting two of them. And that’s what this month’s continuation of our 8th annual Pho
What’s more fun than getting a great Christmas present? Getting THREE of them now. That's what this month’s continuation of our 8th annual P
November will be a month long remembered for Islanders who were on the River, on the night of October 31/November 1, 2019! Winds and water p
High Water Rant #2 with video links to the TIA River Talks for Understanding the High Water Levels...
Click here to see the latest news... Hunting in Canada and the US; Coast Guard exercises; rainbows... lots more...
An animated audio book version of The Wind in the Islands... Performed by Scott's daughter, Merideth, and featuring Scott's animated drawings,
Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) and Beyond BOW are training and experience programs developed in 1994
This collection was compiled of Hotel postcards was compiled by Doug Rombough and presented to the Arthur Child Museum, Gananoque, ON.
Palatial Waterfront Hotels Popularized During the 1890s by Steamship Travel. This collection is available for viewing, on request at the Arthur Child Museum, Gananoque, ON.
Winning photogaphs from our 1st and 2nd Photo Contests 2012-2013
from the Doug Rombough Collection, Arthur Child Heritage Museum, Gananoque ON
A Historical Perspective… from the Doug Rombough collection
They say we own the River starting in September and I think that is true! Not many sailboats anchored in the bays and little boat traffic. This coincides with back to school, back to the office and meetings! However, there are a number of weekends to come!
However, Summer 2018 is proving to be lovely and sunny, warm and perfect for boating.