SHIPWRECK OF THE KYLE SPANGLER
Last dive of the trip and we are over the Kyle Spangler!! another beautiful shipweck with her masts standing proud at 110ft and the wreck is laying to rest at 185ft.
In november of 1860 the spangler was rammed by the Racine with no lives lost. she was carrying a load of corn.
We all giant stride into the water and the sun is starting to show its face as we descended down to a depth of arounf 170ft.
We noticed the massive mast structures standing tall in the water and the intergity of the wreck still looks pretty awesome, even today.
I worked my way over to the bridge house and I found it to be a bit cumbersome to get into the entrance with all of these tanks on me so I opted to just stay out and not break anything. Walter just turned to the side and glided his way into the bridge house, yea he was pimping the spangler for sure!!
We ended up starting our ascent and everything went well as we made it back to the surface in good time and good health.
We had an absolute blast on the lake this weekend and once again, we are grateful that we had great weather and a good charter with Joe from Thunder Bay Scuba.
We got back to the shore and it was a beautiful sunday in the harbor with clear water and just a great vibe
I ended up getting home pretty late but it was worth every penny and the experience was just amazing!
I want to thank Joe from Thunder Bay Scuba for running another great charter and for taking us out to these amazing wrecks.
More info on dive charters go to: www.tbscuba.com
Video on the Spangler
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|Kyle Spangler not my photo|