Try your hand at these puzzles - from easy to difficult. Let us know how you do!
Several interviews with photographs with Lyman owners asking, "What is it about Lyman?" Each answer seems perfect and logical.
In the Thousand Islands, boats and boating families are fiercely connected. One such wooden classic is a 1953 Chris Craft 28 Express named “Muskie”.
Jan Brabant photographed local Clayton trapper Don Marshall as he made his way out to his traps, collected his catch and then processed them.
The engine turned over but did not start. My Dad, getting annoyed, jumped aboard, brushed my sister to the leeward side of the boat, and went to start the engine. What happened next was like something out of a horror story.
Welcome to another month of something-for-every Sudoku enthusiast.
Kick off the fall with a commitment to improve your Sudoku skills.
On July 22nd the Chippewa Bay Maritime Museum hosted its 3rd annual Hydroplane and Classic Car Show. There were cars and hydroplanes there that were nearly 100 years old.
We start with a Sudoku puzzle in progress, where it appears that there are no more obvious or not-so-obvious clues . . .
Sudoku update hot off the press … four new Sudoku puzzles for July that await your solving! #157-#160
Here comes summer and "4 fun" Sudoku puzzles to solve when you are not fishing, snorkeling, boating, water skiing, hiking, canoeing & exploring.
Changes are in the air! May is graduation for some colleges and universities, so we will celebrate your graduation from a Sudoku undergrad to graduate student!
For months, so many of us sit at home miserable from the frigid cold temperatures while dreaming of being back at the River. With many of those dreams come the visions of massive red and blue freighters dancing in our heads . . .
Great Grandma Capitola Dingman was born in 1891, one of 14 children from a second-generation pioneer family of Alexandria Bay. . .
At the end of a night of skating we kids would be told to grab the shovels and clean the rink . . .
We have an easy one this time… see which one! Send your comment to us. We want to hear if you are doing these puzzles!
What is Number 18?? It is hull number 18 of the 20 boats built from 1910 to 1911 in Ogdensburg, NY. "Night Rider" was the 18th of the so-called Number Boats . . .
Here’s how to go about repairing and replacing a leaking drain hole. The boat must be in dry dock or sitting on its trailer. And preferably have been out of the water for a long period . . .