Re: Possible Phoenician anchor stone and underwater altar
Good hearing from you, and I appreciate the update. I will be on
the lookout for your report after seeing the sites. Looking
foreward to any photos.
--- In email@example.com, "herbswoods"
> Judi & all,
> After I first put up the NW Wis. underwater "road" webpage, I was
> contacted and told of a supposed Phoenician anchor stone in the
> Brule and a supposed Phoenician underwater "altar" or "god" shrinein
> another area stream, mention of which I then added to the webpage.continue
> I was supposed to be guided to both of those locations this past
> summer. But for a variety of reasons that never happened. To date I
> have not seen either of those supposed artifacts, although I
> to be assured they exist and I am promised that next summer we cango
> there, dive on them, and get photographs. Time will tell.an
> Some of this stuff seems a little far out to me, but I am keeping
> open mind. I do know that only the tip of the iceberg -- so tospeak
> -- has been discovered or told about the mysteries of Lake Superiorpresent
> and environs. I'm working a new project now in which I hope to
> some of this material.type
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "judi_rudebusch"
> <judij@> wrote:
> > HI
> > Been trying to contact you regarding the possible Phoneician
> > anchor found on the Bois river. Any more info where to findmore info?
> > Judi