Photo © Ian Coristine/1000IslandsPhotoArt.com
 You are here:  Back Issues      Archive Search     

Articles by 'James Rappaport'

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
This park is closed…

This park is closed…

The news in the last few years coming from Albany would bring a challenge to even the greatest of optimists. One look at...
by: James Rappaport
Poker Run’s Poker Stakes

Poker Run’s Poker Stakes

Despite the intentions of the Poker Run, it is frequently cited by environmentalists as an example of conspicuous consumption and pollution.
by: James Rappaport
The Case for Moose

The Case for Moose

Like so many inhabitants of the northern regions, the moose is one that when spotted, is a sight to behold.
by: James Rappaport
The Sinister Side

The Sinister Side

However, once the sun has set, the St. Lawrence River has, amidst all its beauty, a very dark underbelly that continues to this day.
by: James Rappaport
Howe Island Vines

Howe Island Vines

The Ontario landscape has long been known for its ideal geographical location for growing grapes. However, to many of us...
by: James Rappaport
New Neighbors

New Neighbors

Change is constant in our world, and certainly in our region. While the focus in the Thousand Islands, more often than n...
by: James Rappaport
The Goby and the Bass

The Goby and the Bass

After mowing the lawn in front of the camp, I took out my snorkeling mask last weekend to cool off and check out the riv...
by: James Rappaport
"Meetups" in the Islands?

"Meetups" in the Islands?

A note from a young Grindstone Island summer resident was brought to my attention a couple of weeks ago, citing a need f...
by: James Rappaport
Crooked Creek May Morning

Crooked Creek May Morning

The morning trip through Crooked Creek follows a route that brings a myriad of contemplations as well as a collage of co...
by: James Rappaport
Border Crossings

Border Crossings

One of the unique elements in the Thousand Islands region is our ability to travel between our two countries with relati...
by: James Rappaport