Ian Coristine taught us that just liking our little part of the Thousand Islands is not enough... we have to work together to Raise the Bar!
The River chose Ian. And he chose to generously share it with others...
"This guy is crazy! He refuses to only sell the rights to five photos. He says you will need fifty or more photos and he is refusing to take any payment. ...
It seems like a lifetime ago, and I suppose it was. I started working for Ed Huck Marine in 1990, one year after their centennial celebration.
It troubled Ian that his memoir concludes before he reconnected with Lyne Roberge, who’d published three of his books and eventually became his wife...
When Kim Lunman and I first met Ian Coristine, we were struck by Ian's appreciation of Paul Malo's talents the first of many times that our friend Ian showed his ability to be a connector.
News, Photographs, Water levels Petition and Lorraine Payette - all featured for our February issue.
With high water levels on Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River, the 2019 navigation season caused for much discussion and arguments
Arch Kerr was the architect, I was the builder, and I became his pupil, though I’m not sure he knew that at the time.”
When I saw the "River" running down the middle of a stunning piece of fine furniture. I immediately wanted to know how this was done, and what the story was behind it.
I claim Mr. and Mrs. DeForrest Fairchild for Westminster Park because that is where they began their River days and where they ended them.
Save the River's Muskie Fishing News with Lawrence Gunther of BlueFish Radio and the announcement of the new Dan Tack Muskie Release Program
The following narratives are selected diary excerpts from her family's final journey down the St. Lawrence on their way to Quebec City where they would sail back to England.
Amazing water level photographs, Dan Tack tribute and beautiful winter photographs!, Yes, Volume 15 - means 15 years of TI Life....
What follows is a small world experience. The story spans generations, several of the Thousand Islands, a continent, and coincidences that defy the odds...
At the time of his death in 1891, Phat Boy, Edward Fredrick Babbage of Rochester, NY, age 51, was regarded as the best tour guide on the St. Lawrence River.
38 passengers aboard Miss St. Lawrence II, thoroughly enjoying their cruise and eagerly anticipated the upcoming stop at the world-renowned Boldt Castle. The date was August 27, 1934.
Locally, John Berry was known as an “ardent Patriot,” and he was regarded as a strong supporter of Republican causes.