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Articles from May 2008

"The Camp"

"The Camp"

This article, written by Paul Malo, was originally posted in the old format of TI Life as part of the series Grand River...
by: Paul Malo
Fishing Trophy Photographs

Fishing Trophy Photographs

Nevada and Steele Williams, who landed the black bass at Millens Bay in August, 2007
by: Mike Franklin
A Grater House

A Grater House

This article, written by Paul Malo, was originally posted in the old format of TI Life as part of the series Grand River...
by: Paul Malo
Hub Island's "Miss Lady Slipper"

Hub Island's "Miss Lady Slipper"

Hub Island house, built by Steve Taylor from Wellesley Island.  Originally posted in the old format of TI Life as p...
by: Paul Malo
Best Foot Forward Award

Best Foot Forward Award

Consistent with our mission of raising the bar, Thousand Island Life seeks to recognize exceptional quality. Thousand...
by: Paul Malo
Len Rusin, Wildlife Painter

Len Rusin, Wildlife Painter

Len Rusin is familiar to many viewers since he was the 2006 featured Artist at the Clayton Decoy and Wildlife Art Sho...
by: Paul Malo
Fairview Manor

Fairview Manor

Above Clayton, about the year 1937, Fairview Manor was constructed of boulders, sometimes said to be “Adirondack river s...
by: Paul Malo
Nelfred

Nelfred

The last large summer home appeared on “millionaire’s row” prior 1913 (although by one account that property was not acq...
by: Paul Malo
Minding the Store (Editorial)

Minding the Store (Editorial)

Minding the Store: The Anglers Association, the unofficial key development agency of the 1880s. The Anglers Associati...
by: Paul Malo
Architecture: Ontario/NewYork

Architecture: Ontario/NewYork

Why does the Ontario countryside look so different from that of upstate New York, across the river?  It is largely ...
by: Paul Malo
Photographs by Ian McAcadie

Photographs by Ian McAcadie

"I am quite honored and thank you in advance for the opportunity to submit so many to the magazine, I enjoy reading thro...
by: Paul Malo