I do plan to post a photo of the underwater stone "highway" that I
discovered and photographed this summer in NW Wis. But as my previous
post tells, I just got back from a another trip of discovery and have
lots to do. But I will post a photo on my website to obtain input and
opinions from you and other members.
--- In email@example.com
> As Pam mentioned last month, and you suggested, I and others here are
> hoping you will post photos of the NW Wisconsin underwater paved
> stones--natural or not.
> You are quite a photographer, as I note in your web sites, a couple
> of which I shall list here. Not listed here, I also see three new
> sites for 2007 on your At the Creation page:
> The Totagotic River:
> The http://www.atthecreation.com/TOGATIG/TOGA.html
> Wisconsin's Ancient Copper Mines:
> Otherwise, if we don't hear futher from you, curiosity might get the
> best of at least one here who could end up plunging into the Wild
> Totogotic for a look-see.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Pam Giese"
> <giese@> wrote:
> > Sounds interesting ---Can you post the pictures?
> > Pam
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: herbswoods
> > To: email@example.com
> > Sent: Thursday, July 26, 2007 12:33 PM
> > Subject: [ancient_waterways_society] Underwater Ruins in
> Northwest Wisconsin?
> > This is no joke. I was recently snorkeling in a remote waterbody
> > Northwest Wisconsin and came across an amazing sight. On the
> bottom in
> > a weedy area was a perfectly laid out pavement of stones carefully
> > fitted together as if constructed by human hands but at a earlier
> > stage of technology than our own.
> > It was an amazing sight and I did get photos!
> > What I can't tell for sure is if this flat stone "pavement" is
> > or human-made. It sure looks human-made but sometimes looks can be
> > deceiving. In any case it was very intriguing and I've never seen
> > anything else like it.