Thursday, December 31, 2009

New Year surprises and prizes! Walleye fish drop at Midnight!

As we Upstate New Yorkers know, things slow down for the winter in the North Country. The vacationers and other warm weather friends vacate our beautiful area of the Thousand Islands for now, but are sure to return come Spring time. So, naturally, news of our famous castles, etc. slows down considerably, and that has included the Singer Castle Blog & More. But we would like to keep the news flowing, so anyone out there having an interesting tale or photograph of the castles (Boldt or Singer) or other interesting St. Lawrence River area item is welcome to contact me. If I chose to run your story or photo, I just may send you a prize of my choosing. It may be a postcard, a thumb/flash drive, or who knows? (The key is that they will be all random prizes. Offer may be cancelled by yours truly at anytime without notice). At the very least you can see your interesting information online so the world may enjoy it. Oh yes, Happy New Year!
email>>> ask "at" gold-mountain "dot" com [Later update: address is now mailbox@]
Snail-Mail>>> P.O. Box 123, Jamesville NY 13078
P.S. For our diehard fishing crowd (and anybody looking for something unique), have you ever watched the live walleye fish drop in Port Clinton, OH at midnight on the web? ("Live" meaning you can see it in real-time through their webcams on the web). Hey, if you are watching the New Year's Eve ball drop down in New York City on your TV anyway, you can have this on your computer going at the same time. Yes, a very exciting life indeed!

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Merry Christmas!

Friday, December 11, 2009

Singer Castle - Strange smoke/fire phenomenon caught on video

An eerie rising smoke phenomenon from the roof of Singer Castle on Dark Island has been caught on video by Jeffrey Weldon. The video captures this strange event, and then explains it in under three minutes!

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Christmas lights on Singer Castle webcam

As of today, you can now see Singer Castle's Christmas lights from their webcam on Dark Island.