A dozen articles this month... For those who are here and those who are not. [Photo ©Ian Coristine/1000IslandsPhotoArt.com]
Border, Masks, COVID-19, Ships colliding, Past comments... and lots of stories... Yes, July may be quiet on the River, but lots to tell you about.
On a Wednesday afternoon in August 1904, Lillian May Stoddard was the first bride to ever be married in the Grenell Island Chapel. Everyone on the island was invited.
One of the perks of having trees nearby is that social-distancing rules don’t apply – you can hug as many as you like without risk of contracting Covid-19.
As it all slows down, I start to measure time in sunrises and sunsets, in breakfasts and lunches and dinners...
Fleeing the Great Hunger – From Queen’s County, Ireland to Wolfe Island, Canada West - Finding Our GGGG Grandparents
Maybe I am giving it away, but the last paragraph in Tom French’s first short story in Wind Water Waves touched me like few descriptions of life on the River ever have.
Beverly Furer and Maureen Sheridan have a special way of painting houses...
One of the most distinctive and elegant tour boats that cruised the 1000 Islands in the last half of the twentieth century was Miss Kingston
Is the River your Camelot? I refer to that magical kingdom of King Arthur, where the goal was “happy-ever-after-ing"!
On Tuesday, June 2nd, 2020, National Geographic released the TV program “Drain The American Revolution”. Two British ships, The HMS Ontario and HMS Haldimand are included.
Wars always inspire people to come up with innovative ways that might possibly bring a quick end to the conflict.
The “impossible” series continues with an interesting Step 7 twist. Give it a go on your own, or follow the lead on this grid.