Accessible to any swimmer or snorkeler. Ruins, industrial artifacts, other stuff. I bet that horseshoe has been blowing around down there for 100 years, it’s quaint. It was among the ruins of the breakwater walls, relics of the industrial past. It struck me how wide the footprint of those walls are, always intermixed with railroad debris. Those walls used to hold rail cars, had trees planted on them, etc. The lake just kept tearing them down to their foundations, which still remain. Look at those iron spikes wrenched over, that is wave action twisting these structures apart. The dead fish was actually deeper than 10 feet but I included it. That might be a lower jaw studded with teeth, and an eye, and whatever ate it left all that skin, ew.
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