Three Men Paddle-Boarded Across Lake Superior to Raise Money for Local Group
Three men successfully paddle-boarded across Lake Superior to raise money for a local historical society.
Joe Lorenz, Kwin Morris, and Jeff Guy left Sinclair cove Tuesday on a trip which has never been done before.
Their goal was to raise more than $20,000 for the Great Lakes Shipwreck Historical Society.
During their journey, the men laid a wreath at the same spot the Edmund Fitzgerald sank.
The wreath had 29 white carnations, representing the crew that went down in a storm on November 10th of 1975.
A single carnation also represented all who were lost on the great lakes.
Then on Wednesday morning, the men finished up at Whitefish Point, the site of the Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum.
It was a long trip, but one they thought was worth it, making it across the largest, coldest, and most dangerous Great Lake.