March is here at long last. 15 articles this month which should get us to April! [© Photo Ian Coristine/1000IslandsPhotoArt.com ]
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While the events attracted spectators, the camp itself was a curiosity, as interesting as a circus or Wild West show.
Review of the 2020 St. Lawrence Seaway shipping season - groundings, collisions,, amazing towing jobs and lots of excitement.
Andrew, Thousand Islanders on both sides of the border have by now seen — and been impressed with —- your beautiful images of this region. What was your "I'm going to do this, moment?"
“Hi, I’m Mark from there” (pointing at Dumfounder). And at that moment, my 30-year friendship with Mark Ellis, long-time River Rat, esteemed yacht designer, and father of the Limestone began.
Backyard birding is an activity suitable for people of all ages and physical abilities. It is also completely free.
Jacob Hays of Round Island was born into an esteemed New York City family. Unlike many of the self-made millionaires who came to the Thousa
Sallie was the very definition of a blonde bombshell. Tall, shapely, blessed with thick waves of long blonde hair, and striking blue eyes that mirrored the color of the River on a perfect summer’s day.
At Glen Elbe is a farm so deeply steeped in history and so very rich in nature, that its story needs to be told .
We discovered a little more of Minna Anthony Common's fascinating story that ends up circling back to the Thousand Islands of today!
One of the most popular dive sites on the St. Lawrence River is the remains of the sunken schooner A.E. Vickery, off Rock Island Light near Clayton.
My beginner's luck earned the reward of dinner for my family, followed by a trip to the E.R. . . .The romance nearly ended before it began.
The relief that Pete and Sarah felt, as they sped through the Narrows and away from incomprehensible peril, lasted about fifteen seconds. It ended abruptly when the hull of the boat impacted something unseen . . .
As a bonus, each month this year we will start with a Sudoku puzzle in progress, where it appears there are no more obvious or not-so-obvious clues.
In Part I, some readers thought there should be no problem with a flood tide that gets you "back to the launch ramp" when the wind drops to zero, but . . .