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Articles from August 2010

TI Life in August 2010

TI Life in August 2010

Summer 2010 will be remembered as the one that brought wonderful warm weather, enough water to keep us off the shoals an...
by: Susan W. Smith
Severe Storm Batters Admiralty Islands

Severe Storm Batters Admiralty Islands

A "microburst" swept through the Thousand Islands last month, uprooting trees, damaging cottages and leaving some island...
by: Kim Lunman
Annual Loon Count on Grenell

Annual Loon Count on Grenell

I remember the first time I saw a loon. It was in the early 1980’s, because we still had that small aluminum fishing boa...
by: Lynn E. McElfresh
46 Years and Counting…

46 Years and Counting…

The Antique Boat Museum's 46th Annual Boat Show in Clayton, held over the July 30th - August 1st weekend, attracted over 7000 visitors
by: David Dodge
Remembering the Eastcliffe Hall

Remembering the Eastcliffe Hall

The sinking was first reported to police by Mrs. Walter Wells. “It was a great boom which woke me up. Then we began to hear people
by: Brian Johnson
August Nights

August Nights

August bring its rewards:  usually, much better, night-sky viewing; unique planetary alignments; Northern-Lights; s...
by: James Morrison
A Potter and an Artist

A Potter and an Artist

St. Lawrence Pottery located on Route 12N about  5 miles east of Clayton, features John Arnot’s ceramic art as well...
by: Susan W. Smith
What’s in a building… Part I

What’s in a building… Part I

What’s in a Building? Bricks, mortar and a lot of wood. But the Gananoque Canoe Club (GCC), now known as the Thousand Is...
by: Gretchen Bambrick
Patriot Chronicles: James Gemmell, Man of Two Frontiers

Patriot Chronicles: James Gemmell, Man of Two Frontiers

Readers of TIL are aware that one hundred and sixty Patriots were taken prisoner at the Battle of the Windmill near Pres...
by: John Carter
Napoleon’s Gold; an excerpt

Napoleon’s Gold; an excerpt

The following excerpt is from the novel Napoleon's Gold by Thomas Pullyblank, forthcoming in spring or summer of 2011. ...
by: Thomas Pullyblank
My Name is Higgins

My Name is Higgins

This article is written for our young readers... They call me Higgins. I am a Welsh Terrier and proud of it.
by: Dean Pagani