Happy New Year! Lots of gift reading for you to enjoy, 13 articles this month. [Photo from the Ian Coristine Collection, © Photo Ian Coristine/1000IslandsPhotoArt.com]
Why the ! Mark? Plus Seaway closes; Save the River Weekend; Tribute to Dennis Honeywell; and more.
One morning while rowing up the north side of Grenell Island, and realized that rowing was an interesting metaphor for life. You can see clearly where you have been but only have clues about what is ahead . . .
My uncle John Keats, known to everyone as JK, came to tuck us in when the light faded from the River. His bedtime tales that silenced both flying balls and pillow fights were the ones about a fish named Roscoe.
Every morning, at dawn, as the sun’s first rays came streaking through the cool, green water above his cave beneath Pine Island, Roscoe Fish slid out of his cozy seaweed bed.
. . . “On June 6th of this year, while I was simply folding laundry, I noticed pain in my left wrist,” says Mr. DuFlo. “In moments that pain began shooting up my arm and was spreading rapidly.
On our third night, Ed and I were enjoying our buffet dinner when he said those eight magical words; “Check out the girl in the red skirt” . . .
I started working with threads at age 15. I thought first I'd try my hand at tapestry but switched to cross-stitch . . . I quickly got addicted . . .
I never started out to be called an artisan. An artisan is someone who over time has practiced a trade or a craft, producing something unique by hand . . .
Throughout these illuminating discussions, Cowan writes in a straight-forward manner . . . and explaining in detail the facts that one must know to be able to seek middle ground . . .
“Gananoque has with justice been called the Birmingham of Eastern Ontario, the Gananoque River furnishing an almost unlimited waterpower . . . thus passing from one factory to another as motive power in setting in motion the wheels of industry.
After the Patriot War of 1838, 150 men were captured, convicted of high treason and then sent to Australia as prisoners. This is the story of one of those who was responsible for these prisoners.
This show is described as a musical multimedia experience that includes Métis fiddling, an East Coast Kitchen Party, rumba and rock rhythms, and the drumming of the Pacific Northwest
Here is hoping that your first couple of weeks of 2024 have met your expectations! Speaking of expectations, you can count on 48 challenging puzzles this year.