Waterfront Diving Center divers in Burlington, Vermont set out on May 10 in search of Champ, North America's Lock Ness Monster. (At least that is what I like to imagine they were doing.)The search began on Lake Champlain off of Blanchard Beach at Oakledge Park.
They all appear to need / wear glasses.
With heads down in determination and fortitude; the search begins.
Step on the small rocks, avoid the big ones, they are slippery and they might be 'ALIVE'.
|Come on in, the water is a balmy 43 degrees Fahrenheit.|
|I can't see my shoelaces to tie them.|
BTV Waterfront from Champ's viewpoint.
|Flag, your it.|
Dive, Dive, Dive.
Champ comes up for a look at the latest visitors.
|This Champ doesn't have 'Jaws' like teeth does it?|
Weather spotter. Off duty he is a bean counter. Both important jobs.
|Something is pulling at my toes.|
|Champ attempts a field goal.|
|Champ remains elusive.|
|He got right past us. |
Who was supposed to be guarding the goal line?
Seriously though, check out the Waterfront Diving Center in BTV.
|Champ remains frozen, solid as rock. |
It was a very cold winter.
Waterfront Boathouse, along the BTV bike path.