Paul Hetzler makes science fun! Paul Coté provides history of a ghost town and Sherry Johnson introduces us to a "zine" and Elizabeth Barnett.
When Sara becomes the assistant pastry chef, her boss abuses her in lots of ways, as was all-too common in 1873. Women had no recourse and often feared ...
Captain Tom and I landed seasonal positions as bartenders at this sought after country club, named Joey’s T.I. Club...
I feel I have stumbled upon the greatest boating accessory of all time! THE AQUA MAT. Now I know what you’re thinking, with all of the technological... read more
When Paul Malo and his team created TI Life in 2006, they determined there were 22 Thousand Islands communities in our section of the St. La
IT’S WHAT'S ON THE INSIDE THAT MATTERS... and that means inside your cabin too...
Lynn McElfresh has written over 130 articles for TI Life and when she began her monthly assignments she was already an accomplished writer h
Solving the murder of Walter Higgins is not the only mystery in River Rogues… in fact, there are several more mysterious themes that take you down River to Chippewa Bay and also out to Grindstone Island – even into Delaney Bay…
The planning, the packing, the prepping.... it’s vacation time!
The Coast Guard provides in important service to boaters. It is pretty safe to say that if you are a habitual boater, you will have to call on their services at least once in your boating lifetime.
"Being good at planning murders is not what you dream of becoming one day as a child,” Maggie said. “I guess it was the Nancy Drew effect,..
I figured that a pirate related recipe from my book would be fitting for this issue, its called: Pirate Johnston Juice!
Here are three excerpts from "Katelyn’s Choice", the first in the Thousand Island Gilded Age series by Susan G. Mathis.
The last thing Walter was thinking about when the dark shape came lurching out of the thick, cold early-morning fog was murder.
Captain Tom’s favorite blender drink is a frozen treat I have named THE MARINA - RITA (and sadly is the only way I can get my husband to eat fruit)
From pulling anchors to throwing stern lines and even captaining a vessel (all while looking fantastic in a bathing suite of course), woman boaters deserve a huge shout out!
As much as we love the summer season, we really do enjoy the off-season also. Summer can go by so fast, with so many fun times, it’s hard to take it all in and just live in the moment.
Linda and I thought you might like to have our list as a reference. Several books are long out of print, but you may be lucky and find them in a used bookshop, or on sale on the web.