DIVE # 9
Danny Trites was over for another dive tonight. He had a two tank harness this time and was able to stay underwater much longer. The dive almost got canned when we were heading out to our boat landing and two large trees had fallen directly into the middle of the road. Luckily I had just got myself a chainsaw a few weeks ago and it saved the dive. I also got the boat engine fixed today. Two new spark plugs did the trick because it worked fine tonight. We also restored o
DIVE # 8
Me and Danny went out for a quick site visit today but it ended up being more of a waste of time than anything else. We had problems with our motor, our marker on the water was gone and visibility was zero. Not surprising considering all the rain we have gotten over the weekend.
Barge floats....boat too!
We went to drop the barge off on the river today to see if it would float….actually I was more worried for my boat. The barge seems to work very well and is very stable.
DIVE # 7
We went for the first dive of the year today. Danny Trites was very eager to get to the bottom of the river and find out about visibility, water flow, riverbed materials and more. We found some interesting pieces at the wreck site but I don't think they are from the accident. Dan saw the sand mound and says it is very big!!! We also now have our very first images of the bottom with a few pictures showing interesting man made things down there. Don't know what they are yet