Happy Holidays! [Photo by Ian Coristine and courtesy 1000IslandsPhotoArt.com and wreath decorations by Marie-Anne Erki, TI Life Illustrator.]
First, normally the words "some wind," are shrugged off, but on the night of Saturday, December 11, 2021, our River rose over three feet - Second, we have some good news, Santa is coming to town.
Thank you to everyone who submitted their photos for TI Life’s 10th Annual Photo Contest, it is always a pleasure revisiting the River through your beautiful imagery, especially as we head into the winter months.
It is worth remembering that photography contests are entirely subjective in nature. One judge's winning image is another's honorable mention, and vice versa . . .
“How about I try to catch us a nice fish for dinner, Sparkle?” The old tabby cat stretched out on her shelf just above the warmly glowing potbellied stove perked her head up at her owner’s voice. “A fresh bass would make for a fine Christmas Eve.”
Did you know that trees have an early-warning system? Apparently, they can signal one another about what type of pest has arrived on the scene . . .
Somehow, I ended up with the role of Bob Cratchit, the father of Tiny Tim, although I don’t remember how this happened . . . I was embarrassed and I tried to avoid my role but to no avail.
Thank you Neville, writing three novels in a lifetime is an achievement but in less than three years is an accomplishment, indeed.
The "Martha Ogden", enroute from Oswego to Sackets Harbor on November 12, 1832, was hit by a northwest gale and sprang a leak.
Despite feeling a sense of dread at bedtime, she had slept remarkably well, and as a result she was a little slow to regain her senses. She and Pete had not intended to be overnight guests at the castle.
You will have time on the holiday to try these two Sudoku Puzzles. Good luck!
Directions for finding articles and authors for "Thousand Islands Life Magazine" from issues dating back to 2006.