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Articles from May 2010

TI Life in May 2010

TI Life in May 2010

May 2010 brings hot weather, wind storms, even snow…. but the leaves are out and there is one given – Summer 2010 is on its way. This issue includes farming, restoring the "Magedoma", history, an essay on low water, and the launch of Ian Coristine’s new book, The very best of Ian Coristine’s 1000 Islands. I also have the chance to thank the man…
by: Susan W. Smith
Many thanks, Ian

Many thanks, Ian

Ian Coristine has constantly told his friends, that "raising the bar" in the Thousand Islands is our Number One task and...
by: Susan W. Smith
Photos and Music Celebrate the Thousand Islands

Photos and Music Celebrate the Thousand Islands

Beijing,China-Vancouver,BC-Chicago & Brockville-Clayton These are just a few of the stops on The Great Lake Swimmers’ 2010 Tour.
by: Erin McCarthy Brick
Fulford's Steam Yacht Afloat Again

Fulford's Steam Yacht Afloat Again

One of the most luxurious steam yachts of the Thousand Islands was a floating fixture on the St. Lawrence River during t...
by: Kim Lunman
Wellesley’s Cross Island Farms

Wellesley’s Cross Island Farms

As the first decade of the new millennium has passed, this writer has met many people in our community who ask “what doe...
by: James Rappaport
New River Leader

New River Leader

Clayton's Fred Schmitt has accepted the Board of Trustees’ offer to succeed John MacLean as Executive Director of the Antique Boat Museum.
by: Susan W. Smith
Wearing hats during low water…

Wearing hats during low water…

Most folks on the River know me as the Executive Director of Save The River, but I also wear a few additional hats – yea...
by: Jennifer J. Caddick
Spring’s Seaway News

Spring’s Seaway News

It is early in the shipping season, however there is a lot happening in the region related to the St. Lawrence Seaway. ...
by: Michael Folsom
Arriving with Stuff…

Arriving with Stuff…

Non-island friends are always curious about how we get things to the island. There’s only one answer…by boat.
by: Lynn E. McElfresh
A Grindstone Development

A Grindstone Development

Betsey Fitch of Rutland, NY was given Lot 16. Lots 19 and 20 were sold to William Wells of Augusta, Upper Canada for a total of $1,340.00.
by: Rex Ennis
Part Two, Summering Among the Thousand Islands

Part Two, Summering Among the Thousand Islands

For the past three months, Robert L. Matthews has given our readers a unique peek at those long forgotten illustrators w...
by: Robert L. Matthews