Sports

What a Honeymoon!

We explained we had a US licensed car and a number of sails we were taking to Toronto. “No!” The customs officer said, “and if you cross this line,” . . .

Volume 18, Issue 1, January 2023
Ralph Boston & Sherry L.B. Johnson

Antique Boat Expert and Cheerleader for our River – Peter Mellon

Peter Mellon was the go-to expert on antique and classic boats going back to the late 1990’s, when he founded Antique Boat America and Canada, which lists and brokers these vessels.

Volume 18, Issue 1, January 2023
Rick Casali

Sudoku Puzzles #133, #134, #135, & #136

You have already celebrated the start of 2023, so it is time to settle in and welcome a year of promise for Sudoku . . .

Volume 18, Issue 1, January 2023
Dan LeKander

"OL BOY" – 1938 Chris Craft 25 Sportsman

Joe Cardamone was a serious fisherman from Utica who owned a 21-foot utility. He fished out of Dingman Point, and wanted a slightly larger boat for the St. Lawrence River . . .

Volume 17, Issue 12, December 2022
Rick Casali

Sudoku Puzzles #129, #130, #131, & #132

Please welcome the last four Sudoku puzzles for 2022!

Volume 17, Issue 12, December 2022
Dan LeKander

Cruise Ships are Back!

All about the 2022 cruise ship OCEAN NAVIGATOR and the 1948 cruise ship ONTARIO.

Volume 17, Issue 11, November 2022
Susan W. Smith

"Pat" the Time Traveler

This story is about "Pat the Time Traveller". Her sweeping lines are no lie. She is fast and easy to maneuver.

Volume 17, Issue 11, November 2022
John Kunz

"Riptide IV - 1948 Chris Craft 25 Utility

In the post-WW II era, Chris Craft began to make their boat designs more elegant and, to my eye, classier. Riptide IV, owned by Jane and Kevin Heffron, is one of the nicest examples of this post-war shift at Chris Craft.

Volume 17, Issue 11, November 2022
Rick Casali

Horses of the Country

If you are a horse lover or have horses in your background, my new book Horses of the Country: An Homage will entertain, as well as shed light on the vital role of horses in the lives of our ancestors.

Volume 17, Issue 11, November 2022
Claudia Smith

Sudoku Puzzles #125, #126, #127 & #128

Four puzzles this month - can you or can't you solve them? That really is the question!

Volume 17, Issue 11, November 2022
Dan LeKander

Podcast Dedicated to Shipping

"Downward Bound will bring ship enthusiasts another step closer to the mesmerizing vessels so often seen along the St. Lawrence while also highlighting what the Seaway has to offer,"

Volume 17, Issue 10, October 2022
Susan W. Smith

FIASCO was held on Wellesley Island

The regatta is known as FIASCO, which is the acronym for Famous International Annual Skiffing Competitive Occurrence.

Volume 17, Issue 10, October 2022
Rick Casali

WORLD ROWING TOUR 2022 – Come and Gone!

Thank you to all of the international rowers who came and took part in this tour, to the wonderful group of volunteers who were with the tour the whole way, and to the Thousand Islands for sharing their beauty.

Volume 17, Issue 10, October 2022
Shelagh Baker

Dry Stone Wallers!

I’m part of a different sort of migration — an annual influx of Dry Stone Wallers. Dry Stone Wallers are a somewhat peculiar subspecies of human, who still pile one rock upon another to build things without mortar.

Volume 17, Issue 10, October 2022
Dianne Wadden

Sudoku Puzzles 119, 120 & 121

Difficult rating … 5/10 (Rating based on puzzles not requiring advanced techniques) Puzzle #120 should present a moderate challenge!

Volume 17, Issue 9, September 2022
Dan LeKander

Sudoku Puzzles #116, #117, & #118

We start with a Sudoku puzzle in progress, where it appears that there are no more obvious or not-so-obvious clues. Can you find the hidden clue in Puzzle #116?

Volume 17, Issue 8, August 2022
Dan LeKander

"The Runners"

CSL commissioned the mural, which was created by Bryan Beyung, along with equally renowned Canadian artists Emmanuel Jarus, Andrea Wan, and K.C. Hall, to help celebrate the spirit of the 2022 Canada Summer Games

Volume 17, Issue 7, July 2022
Patty Mondore

Sudoku Puzzles #113, #114, #115

We continue with 3 puzzles each month. We start with a Sudoku puzzle in progress, where it appears there are no more obvious or not-so-obvious clues. Can you find the hidden clue in Puzzle #113?

Volume 17, Issue 7, July 2022
Dan LeKander