Volume 14, Issue 4, April 2019 Spring is officially here and we are sharing 12 articles. Enjoy,
Photo by Ian Coristine
Check out the Dog-Strangling Vine Video - Have some free time...maybe you can help TI Life! and most of all see some wonderful photographs... yes the River is opening for Summer 2019.
The outcomes of water stops can be arrest, fines, vessel seizure, or an onboard vessel search, but it is more likely that you will be left to go on your way,
This summary applies to the typical situations that apply to most private boaters crossing the border.
What better way to start a day on the island than with a row in a St. Lawrence River Skiff?
Already in the spring of 2019 more than 150 have passed the Derby Hill Bird Observatory (DHBO )in barely a month of monitoring...
Brad mentioned Cape Vincent, and I went from half paying attention to full alert status in seconds.
Bill, Danforth and his late wife Sissy, gave their heart, soul, and energy to so many of our River-based nonprofits...
HARVEY J. KENDALL was a rather odd-looking boat and was nearing the end of her days when she was acquired
Father Ray, as he likes to be called, moved here from a suburb of Chicago. He spent more than 35 years in the Chicago area, teaching in seminary for 10 of those years.
A humbling Sudoku puzzle? A beast? Give it a go and decide for yourself!
Here are three excerpts from "Katelyn’s Choice", the first in the Thousand Island Gilded Age series by Susan G. Mathis.
In March, I received a link to a travel essay published in the online edition of the popular and impressive magazine – Artsforum. I recognized Ian Coristine’s