February 2020, Winter with the hope of spring. 11 Articles. [Photo by Ian Coristine]
Ian, may you fly as low or as high as you wish from now on. You have "raised the bar" for all of us and we are grateful.
News, Photographs, Water levels Petition and Lorraine Payette - all featured for our February issue.
With high water levels on Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River, the 2019 navigation season caused for much discussion and arguments
Arch Kerr was the architect, I was the builder, and I became his pupil, though I’m not sure he knew that at the time.”
We all see our fireboat, the Last Chance resting quietly at the pier, and it is easy to assume that it rarely leaves the dock. But that is not the case. This article gives a 2019 review.
When I saw the "River" running down the middle of a stunning piece of fine furniture. I immediately wanted to know how this was done, and what the story was behind it.
I claim Mr. and Mrs. DeForrest Fairchild for Westminster Park because that is where they began their River days and where they ended them.
I met Joel Charles like many of you - on Facebook. As soon as I saw one of his paintings of Rock Island Lighthouse, I knew I needed to find out more.
Save the River's Muskie Fishing News with Lawrence Gunther of BlueFish Radio and the announcement of the new Dan Tack Muskie Release Program
The following narratives are selected diary excerpts from her family's final journey down the St. Lawrence on their way to Quebec City where they would sail back to England.
Welcome to February, 2020 with another “impossible” puzzle
Can I look up an article written by a particular author (there are over 300 of them)? 2. What about looking up an article by topic? 3. Will Google find an article for me?