Dry lakebed reveals lost items, trash.

The Stuart Lake's water level has receded so drastically this year that a plethora of items were visible on the lakebed.

  • Oct. 15, 2014 11:00 a.m.



Water levels in the Stuart Lake are at record lows this autumn with vast swaths of the lakebed exposed making some impressive views and some serious beach combing.

For those who aren’t familiar with beach combing, it’s the practice walking along the beach and looking for interesting rocks, debris or items of interest. With the low levels of water all sorts of things were revealed. The Courier took some time to comb the beach and see what was residing in your lake, usually below eye level.

 

 

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