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Articles from January 2010

TI Life in January

TI Life in January

“Slow as molasses in January” – I have heard that expression since I was a child, but somehow this year it seems that Ja...
by: Susan W. Smith
Nancy L. Gustke’s “The Special Artist”

Nancy L. Gustke’s “The Special Artist”

“It is amazing how there are so many Taylor drawings which have been printed and reprinted over the past century – yet so little is known about the man. “
by: Susan W. Smith
The Man from Shady Ledge

The Man from Shady Ledge

Note:  See the complementary Article about Frank H. Taylor in this issue: Nancy L. Gustke’s “The Special Artis...
by: Robert L. Matthews
A Walk on the Thousand Islands Wild Side

A Walk on the Thousand Islands Wild Side

Anyone who has spent any time in the Thousand Islands becomes accustomed to its creatures... NEW: Audio by Jan Eliot
by: Kim Lunman
From Cottage to Castle

From Cottage to Castle

It wasn’t used and it took up too much space. Yet, chopping it up with an ax and burning it was not an option.
by: Lynn E. McElfresh
2009 Seaway Season Recap

2009 Seaway Season Recap

...the season would go in the books as one of the worst since the early 1960s in terms of tonnage. The 25% decrease in cargo volume ...
by: Michael Folsom
A Winter Islander Returns. . .

A Winter Islander Returns. . .

It isn't easy When I first thought of over-wintering, I thought of all the free time to do just as I pleased. Perhaps a ...
by: Richard L. Withington
May Dewey’s Diary, Part XI, July 1889

May Dewey’s Diary, Part XI, July 1889

Well today is the fourth of July. I have had a delightful day.
by: Kristen Pinkney
National Geographic Presents Award

National Geographic Presents Award

Consistent with our mission of raising the bar, Thousand Island Life seeks to recognize special tributes.
by: Susan W. Smith
The River as a Way of Life

The River as a Way of Life

Pilots, by the very nature of their profession, become experts of the waters in their district. They are the logical adv...
by: Brian Johnson
Capitalists, a Socialist, and the Thousand Islands

Capitalists, a Socialist, and the Thousand Islands

The capitalists, the builders of our country, made the Thousand Islands their playground in what we call today the “Gold...
by: Rex Ennis