Happy Holidays to one and all. [Photo by Ian Coristine and courtesy 1000IslandsPhotoArt.com with the added decorations by Marie-Anne Erki, TI Life Illustrator.]
We have our winners for the 2022 TI Life Photo Contest plus five honorable mentions.
If not for a fungus, Santa’s flying sleigh would be grounded. If that were the case, the only toys he could distribute would be to the elves who made them in the first place . . .
It was two days before Christmas in the early 1950’s. I was up at 4 am, dressed and out of the cellar door with my flashlight in hand. I headed to the boat house . . .
As you know, my love of the River is extremely strong, to the point that I find myself emotional when I sit in front of my computer . . .
In the spring, six cubs were born on a hill below our house, and we were secretly watching them grow . . .
Franklin Townsend Lent’s works are among those that have been researched as the early development of resort architecture in the Thousand Island region of Upstate New York and Ontario . . .
Joe Cardamone was a serious fisherman from Utica who owned a 21-foot utility. He fished out of Dingman Point, and wanted a slightly larger boat for the St. Lawrence River . . .
Tribute to a poet, philosopher, professor and islander . . .
A serious account by Tom Robbins, a cancer patient, who reviews his life from diagnosis through treatment . . .
A beautiful French woman, wrongly convicted of spying for the Germans in World War One Paris and sentenced to be put to death by a firing squad, escapes under a new identity to New York City . . .
A missing tourist spells trouble for Senior Investigator Shana Merchant in this page-turning twisty mystery set in an atmospheric island community with a small-town vibe . . .
Please welcome the last four Sudoku puzzles for 2022!