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RIVER ALWAYS MOVING By Cynthia Kozlowski
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In this first volume of poetry, marking the 80th year of her birth, artist and author Cynthia Kozlowski reveals a portrait of a life in its most condensed essence. In these poems we find the optimism... More > of childhood; the reverie of a long and fruitful marriage; the grief over a father’s addiction and death; meditations on God and religion; and a celebration, above all, of the beauty and mystery of nature.< Less
THOUSAND ISLANDS - USA & CANADA - AUGUST 2011 By MIGUEL SUAREZ
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The Best of the Best of the "1000 Islands": Sail the St. Lawrence River (USA & Canada) and visit Boldt and Singer Castles with Miguel Angel Suarez's 70 color photographs published on 25... More > pages without leaving home. **A great experience.< Less
Lost Fleet By Dennis McCarthy
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The sidewheel steamer Islander was built in Rochester, N.Y. in 1871. She was launched as James H. Kelly later changed to John Thorn and then the Islander. She was a mail carrier between Clayton and... More > Alexandria Bay. In 1893 she began island and river tours. The Islander burnt on Sept. 16, 1909 while at dock at Alexandria Bay. Since the tragedy the Islander has become a favorite dive site for many divers. This side-wheel steamer was built at Rochester, N.Y. in 1871 and launched as James H. Kelly and later renamed the John Thorn. The Islander measured 125'x 20'x 7' and weighed 118 gross tons. As well as a regular mail carrier between Clayton and Alexandria Bay, she began island and river tours. The Islander burnt on Sept.16, 1909 while at dock in Alexandria Bay. The Islander is located just off the shoreline of Alexandria Bay. She is angled slightly upstream with a very slight current, which makes this a very pleasurable dive. The stern is in 15 ft. of water with the bow in 60 ft..< Less