- The finder has reported it as a possible historical site.
- Tonka has many large wrecks from the early 1900's when Big Island was a park for the wealthy.
- I've seen a side-scan image of the wreck.
- I've dove wrecks in Tonka bigger then 75 feet long.
Left - Robert tending the line attached to a diver. Yes, someone is actually under the ice.
Right - The divers and some land owners out for some show and tell. The sticks will mark the hole when we leave before it freezes closed.
The second hole is open and waiting for dives to finish up on the first hole. Ice diving is gear and time intensive so every effort must be made to move things along.
It was a nice day, too bad we didn't get to see anything but mud. Oh well, the hunt is better then the wreck. We'll find it one of these days.