Enjoy the lovely fall colors and stay safe. [Photo by Ian Coristine and courtesy 1000IslandsPhotoArt.com]
Photographs for the end of summer. A tribute to Bea Schermerhorn and worries of low water and Florida.
Sherri Leigh Smith literally spent a lifetime helping us to understand our flying friends and as importantly, to find ways to keep their habitats intact or to improve them . . .
This story is about the barn on Grindstone Island and in particular, the dance that occurred there in October of 1941, when I was ten years old.
. . . Although elms are still present in our forests, Dutch elm disease, which has the appropriate acronym “DED,” now kills them before they can reach maturity.
"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,"
The Eaton family started the totem pole trend at the west end of Tar Island. In 1899, the New York City family bought this property, built a large summer home, and named the property Totem Lodge.
Once upon an island, there was a Great Blue Heron who ruled the roost in the colony. Vorax Otiosumuno’s reputation stretched far and wide as the laziest feathered felon in the heronry.
It only took two minutes to realize that the book needs to be introduced to the Thousand Islands community.
The regatta is known as FIASCO, which is the acronym for Famous International Annual Skiffing Competitive Occurrence.
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.
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.
Beefsteak, early girls, cherry, yup it’s prime picking when it comes to tomatoes from this River gal’s garden!. . . .
Can you believe how quickly summer left us at the River? Good thing we have Sudoku to keep our minds sharp through the off-season . . .