14 Articles this month [Photo of La Duchesse at the Antique Boat Museum © Ian Coristine/1000IslandsPhotoArt.com]
Empty churches... Tributes to Paul Fournier and Shawn McLaughlin...Seaway news and June's photographs.
A group of minks saw this opening as an invitation: “Welcome! Spend your winter here.”
On my planet these days I am ... learning new recipes...
The mate grabbed the brake wheel and started leaning on it. “Billy!” he yelled above the din, “Tell the skipper to back down! We’re gonn’a lose ...”
Nothing will bring smiles and chuckles faster than seeing family and friends from long ago and sharing important memories.
I probably met Will about 20 years ago when friends invited me to join them for dinner at Swan Bay Resort. By chance, Will and I were seated next...
In May 2019, I wrote my first story for Thousand Islands Life, "Unexpected Journey," and received nice comments and compliments. I felt so h
He said, “You’re wondering where I’ve been and what I’ve seen with these old eyes,if I’ve met the beast of legends who would make the bravest prize.”
A magnificent Great Blue Heron, created by artist Doug Drumm, now graces Save The River’s front door,
Who is stepping up and helping when some can’t help themselves? The answer is, of course, the Northern New York Community Foundation
Scores of folks have added a visit to the area to their bucket lists because they’ve been introduced to the majesty and wonder, we River Rats get to enjoy regularly...
Fields of Hope is a photography farm project which turned into a book. It is a collection of images that celebrate farmers in the Thousand Islands
In the 1860’s Canada’s export timber trade rose to its greatest height. Every port on Lake Ontario had its crews of raftsmen in season.
Hands down this may well be the most challenging Sudoku puzzle yet. The “impossible” series continues.