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Wallpaper May 2011

Wallpaper May 2011

One of the reasons the Thousand Islands so completely fascinates me is because there are so many exceptional “neighborhoods” to explore and enjoy and each is so dramatically different. The Lake Fleet Group, so named because many of the islands were named after British warships operational on Lak...

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Wallpaper April 2011

Wallpaper April 2011

I had been hoping to tease out a few stories about TI Park’s early days, but alas, no such luck. My good friend Paul Malo was a great friend of the Park, working for many years with a number of caring residents to help preserve the historic charm of the place, not always the easiest thing to do.

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Wallpaper March 2011

Wallpaper March 2011

Responses to last month’s scene of Millionaire’s Row were eclipsed by those still coming in from January's view of Carleton Island and Villa. Paul Malo and I have always tried to expose this little known treasure - Carleton Villa - through our books. It’s highly likely the Villa, one of the earl...

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Wallpaper February 2011

Wallpaper February 2011

Carleton Island, nestled alongside Wolfe’s south side near its foot, is arguably one of the region's most historically fascinating islands. This response by Stephen Sabo touches on several of its interesting elements and in so doing is this month’s winner of a set of 6 - 8x10 prints.

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Wallpaper January 2011

Wallpaper January 2011

To my surprise, only two people (please see note at end) recognized last month’s Thousand Islands Christmas tree, a pitch pine surviving on who knows what as it clings to an elephant’s back of granite out front of my cottage. It seems difficult to believe that these are Canada’s rarest pines...

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