This month of May we have 11 articles for you as the River is waking up! [Photo from the Ian Coristine Collection, © Photo Ian Coristine/1000IslandsPhotoArt.com]
All about Lynn McElfresh. No real news about the Border. We say goodbye to Junie Augsbury and more...
I'm sure people wondered who this guy wandering around town, snapping shots of all kinds of things, might be.
The month of May is a spectacularly intense and interesting time in the bird world. Early breeders, such as Great Horned Owl, Bald Eagle, Common Raven, and Canada Goose have rapidly growing young. Yes, it's Spring!
Marking the largely submerged rock formation known as Bush Island, Sunken Rock is a little workhorse of a lighthouse built in 1847, and still in service today.
Leaving the River, no matter the season, is never easy for me . . . Then my pal, Brian Hudon, gave me the best of both worlds.
This opening is the best opening ever. The end of 2020, a new year, vaccines, and a chance to see family and friends closer than a distance.
Artists participating in the A Sense of Place Art Show in Kingston, ON. describe what painting is like in the time of the pandemic.
The Springfield House Complex of historic buildings, in the Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands, are in danger of being declared surplus and possibly sold.
Alan Code says, "I wanted to take all the positive things about Gananoque and share them. . ."
More Sudoku fun is in store for you this May. Please enjoy two Puzzles #81 & #82.
"We should go back in," said Pete, staring through the windshield toward the side entrance of the diner. . . "What would that accomplish?" asked Sarah.