February means Valentines Day and mid-winter, and that means spring may be around the corner! [Photo by Ian Coristine and courtesy 1000IslandsPhotoArt.com]
Congratulations to Save the River! for a successful winter conference, to Jim McGarry, Friend of the River Award winner, and to Johnathon Pensyl, winner of the Annual Dan Tack Musky Award. Plus, wonderful winter photography.
Before electric power was expanded into the Thousand Islands, there was a small, but brutal business called ice harvesting. Basically, it consisted of cutting large chunks of ice from the frozen St. Lawrence River . . .
I never would have imagined that glitter could be a pollutant of concern. At my age, I need glasses to find a postage stamp – it’s a long shot that I could help pick up glitter.
I got involved with Cliffe Craft boats in 1994 when searching around to find a decent, restorable, wooden hull regardless of the company or the builder.
I received a Journal named "Oh Ship!". Little did I realize just how much of my time would be taken up! See what I saw . . .
One day we received a call from Kit Chubb. She had just received a clutch of seven kingfisher fledglings. They had been rescued from a deserted nest tunnel. It had been wrecked by road construction work along the high sandy road bank.
I’d heard of this guy. He had a reputation as being ‘tough as nails’. Everyone in the local marine industry from Picton to Prescott either knew him or of him. Most feared him. But everyone . . .
One of the first electric trolley lines in northern New York was a line built from Redwood to the village of Alexandria Bay. It was only seven and a half miles long and was built by a group of local investors . .
Did you know that many states and federal governments in North America passed legislation protecting birds of prey? Author Gerry Smith will explain . . .
Out of the corner of my eye, I thought I saw two large white UFOs, flying along the shoreline. I listened carefully and, sure enough, I heard that familiar whistling sound. I pulled out my camera and wildly aimed . . .
Rock Island is most likely the most famous light station on the River. Read all about it!
When we published the final article in Dan's series “Steps to learn the logic of Sudoku”, I never in a million years thought that Dan would so graciously offer to do one or two puzzles just for TI Life, each month – but this month we present numbers 100 & 101!