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We've heard rumors that somewhere in Wazee, there was a clothes line with women's panties hanging on it. When we finally found it, it had collapsed and fallen apart, so we decided to hang a new pantyline a few months ago.
We hung a large bra and a handful of thongs on an outcropping on the ledge below the crystal ball (now it's a bowling ball) on the northwest(ish) side of the lake. The bottom time was about 20 minutes, but we didn't have that much time to work since there was a short swim involved. As soon as the rope touched the rocks, clouds of silt started billowing up and I was working by feel. The silt was localized- I was floating over the edge, but I just couldn't see what I was doing. One buddy was hanging the unmentionables, while the other was taking pictures. The pictures didn't come out too well because of the silt. I didn't get a chance to look at our handiwork since after tying some knots on those silty rocks, I was more than ready to boogey when we hit turnaround time.
So my question is has anyone seen it and how does it look? Pictures would be great! I probably won't get back there until the spring of 2006, so I'm holding my breath that it will last over the winter.
Lake Wazee in Black River Falls, Wisconsin. It's a deep lake in Wisconsin that used to be an old lead or iron mine. It's also a popular site for training due to it's usually good vis and range of depths.