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Articles from April 2009

April's TI Life and Reader's Exchange

April's TI Life and Reader's Exchange

My husband and I opened Sagastaweka Island on April 3 – cold, rainy, and beautiful. Before opening your cottage I sugges...
by: Susan W. Smith
Swami Vivekananda

Swami Vivekananda

Spending the month of August every summer of my youth at my Grandmother's cottage in Thousand Island Park was a child's ...
by: Trude Brown Fitelson
"Lakeland Boating's" Tribute to the Islands

"Lakeland Boating's" Tribute to the Islands

In March we announced that Ian Coristine's photographs were featured in the March
by: Susan W. Smith
May Irwin and her Keeper

May Irwin and her Keeper

It started out innocently enough with a cookbook. Then came the song sheets
by: Kim Lunman
Artist: Phil Chadwick

Artist: Phil Chadwick

  This month we welcome Phil Chadwick, aka "Phil the Forecaster", to TI Life, as an artist. Although he trained at ...
by: Susan W. Smith
Seaway's 50th Anniversary - a Celebration or Not?

Seaway's 50th Anniversary - a Celebration or Not?

The year was 1959. The Barbie doll debuted;
by: Michael Folsom
May Dewey's Diary, Part V, December 1888

May Dewey's Diary, Part V, December 1888

"I was furious & will tell him what I think of him when we meet again." May Dewey, December 31, 1888.
by: Kristen Pinkney
A Trickling Stream of History

A Trickling Stream of History

The first time we saw the Inn was in spring, on a day bursting with the promise of a fresh season. The grass was almost ...
by: Susanne Richter
Keep Grindstone on the Left

Keep Grindstone on the Left

Editor's Note:  This month we received two short stories written by friends who paddle together in the summer. Both...
by: Kathy Kempson and Peggy Hart
Who Won the War?

Who Won the War?

Whoever controlled the St. Lawrence River controlled Canada. The Americans never cut the lifeline of British supplies during the War of 1812...
by: Michael Whittaker
Music & Art in Clayton

Music & Art in Clayton

July 17th will be a special day in Clayton. Two regional arts organizations,
by: Susan W. Smith
A Spring Islander

A Spring Islander

In January the River took its leave, pulled a thick white blanket over itself, and rested. Freed from the turmoil of thr...
by: Richard L. Withington