Articles from November 2018
Happy Thanksgiving to our US Islanders! This is a time of year when family and friends enjoy a harvest dinner and of course, Football. November in the Thousand Islands is no different than in other communities – only quieter. Most cottages are now closed and the weather alerts include “freezing rain, and/or Snow flurries!”
This article introduces Jessica Phinney and Nicole Hartshorn. We have two videos showing the weather and we pay tribute to Dave Smith, Grindstone Island. and announces that Santa Claus is coming to town. .
by: Susan W. Smith
The River teaches us lessons and I learned mine one night while ki-YAKKING—thankfully without catastrophic
by: Lynn E. McElfresh
It’s that time of year again when you can help build a greater understanding and appreciation of the River through TI Li...
by: Ian Coristine
Patriot Chronicles: Two Loyalist Recollections of the Battle of the Windmill
2018 marks the 180th anniversary of the ...
by: John C. Carter
We all know the adage: “Don’t believe everything you read in newspapers.” Nevertheless, the nineteenth...
by: Linda Twichell
During the early 1900s, the Thousand Islands were a beehive of activity. Yacht Clubs and Hunt Clubs sprung up from Cape ...
by: John Kunz
All artifacts and furniture are wrapped, stored and/or covered for the spring...
by: Jessica Phinney
Being November, with Thanksgiving around the corner, it is a good time to be thankful for Sudoku. It...
by: Dan LeKander
My name is Nicole Hartshorn, THE RIVER GAL. I am a wife, mother of two small children and author of” R...
by: Nicole Hartshorn
It has been said that art is a product of human skill and imagination.
by: Chris Murray
A native of Watertown NY, Dr. Robert W. Daly has been a summer resident of Shady Shores, Town of Clayton since 1949.
by: Robert W. Daly