13 Articles for November! May your US Thanksgiving be safe. Please follow Covid policies. [Photo by © Ian Coristine/1000IslandsPhotoArt.com]
A lucky 13 articles this month - should help when the days get shorter!
About the "Cottage on Stilts of Light" on Murray Isle; who lived there and when! The Hon. Henry Spicer, Col. James T. Watson & Hannah Watson, woman suffrage.
November is here, which means it is time for TI Life's 9th Annual Photo Contest.
In November, many northern raptors settle in for the winter in the eastern Lake Ontario and western St. Lawrence region.
The consensus now is that any critter able to actively slow its metabolism is a hibernator. Actively slowing down sounds like an oxymoron, but let’s not resort to name-calling.
Never has a ship that frequents the St. Lawrence Seaway been more appropriately named. I would guess it is one of the most photographed ships on the River ...
It started with a phone call from a name I recognized, Gretchen Huntley, but someone I had never met and it took me on a path of discovery...
My family was fortunate to have owned "The Orchards" on Grindstone Island.
One of the most interesting characters who once lived in a small cabin at the edge of Lake Ontario on Sandy Pond was Captain George Best, commonly known as the "Hermit of Wigwam Cove."
90 volunteers helped STR haul more than three dump truck loads of plastic and trash from the River bottom and shoreline.
“Bristol Fashion” – A phrase meaning in good and seamanlike order with reference to the condition of a ship.
The Editor asked for an easier puzzle, so this month we will please her. There are no advanced techniques, Steps 6-8, required, but you will need to play your “A” game to solve.
She took a deep breath and resolved to do her best to keep him out of trouble. They shared the same birthday, but she was the big sister.