A group of minks saw this opening as an invitation: “Welcome! Spend your winter here.”
The mate grabbed the brake wheel and started leaning on it. “Billy!” he yelled above the din, “Tell the skipper to back down! We’re gonn’a lose ...”
Nothing will bring smiles and chuckles faster than seeing family and friends from long ago and sharing important memories.
In May 2019, I wrote my first story for Thousand Islands Life, "Unexpected Journey," and received nice comments and compliments. I felt so h
A magnificent Great Blue Heron, created by artist Doug Drumm, now graces Save The River’s front door,
Fields of Hope is a photography farm project which turned into a book. It is a collection of images that celebrate farmers in the Thousand Islands
In the 1860’s Canada’s export timber trade rose to its greatest height. Every port on Lake Ontario had its crews of raftsmen in season.
The waters of Jefferson County have one of the largest collections of freshwater shipwrecks anywhere in the Great Lakes system.
Authorities were hunting for a Syracuse man, Dean Hethington, a steel executive of Globe Forge and Foundries, Inc., who had been missing for nearly three weeks.
A day at Westminster Park will convince any that it is the most desirable summer resort on the River.
Remains of two ships believed to be the schooners Ariadne and Hartford, wrecked in Mexico Bay during
The River chose Ian. And he chose to generously share it with others...
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.
Ian Coristine brought the River to us no matter where we were from the close of the cottage until we returned - he provided a magical link with a computer Wallpaper Image on the first of the month. It was back in 2004 that it all began.
My wife Kristen and I first met Ian and his wife Lyne in April of 2019. We had inquired about renting their home in the Provence region in the south of France and they invited us to come
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.
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.”