October has 13 articles - perfect as the days get shorter and the cold weather creeps in. [© Photo Ian Coristine/1000IslandsPhotoArt.com]
We may pay the taxes but our point belongs to Nature...
News items, Events, Photographs and Scott Ouderkirk's latest wooden boat video... check this one out.
...whispering pines and rustling leaves – may both soothe us, but they sound quite different.
The Red-breasted Nuthatch, cousin of our familiar and mostly resident, White-breasted Nuthatch, are coming south.
A perfect day for the 2020 Chippewa Yacht Club's Gold Cup Race... but apparently Murphy (and his law) had found a temporary spot on the Thousand Islands Cup Race Committee...
Patricia Parry has owned her 1948 Chris Craft 24 Sportsman “Forty Love” for many years -- all filled with great memories.
There are many aspects to the story: world history, international politics, economics, and means of transport using wooden ships are a big part of the Garden Island story beginning in the 1820s.
...We were walking around the back of the island, sister, cousin, dog, and me, when Georgia rolled her left ankle on the uneven path.
Let's take our little bow-rider that already provided tens of hours of joy in the Thousand Islands, on a road trip to the Saguenay River and Fjord to "watch the whales."
If you love experiencing the Thousand Islands and perusing vintage postcards, this unique book will appeal to you.
BEFORE THE RUSH 2020 - Art Sale 31 October, 10am to 5pm, 1 November 10am to 4 pm at the Firehall Theatre, 185 South Street, Gananoque ON, Bring your mask!
Time... lots of time. No parties, no shopping and no dusting... all part of Covid 19 and staying in our bubbles. What have you done over the year?
Great bass fishing on the St. Lawrence River is calling, so this “impossible” puzzle will be short!