Expensive reading glasses took a swim off the dock into Otty Lake Perth, Ontario

  • from Brampton (Ontario, Canada)

I made a post on Facebook that I was looking for a spotter for a scuba dive ring recovery job in Otty Lake, Perth which is in Eastern Ontario.

Within a few hours one of my girlfriends called and said her Husband Mike saw my post!

It so happened that Patti was headed to the Family cottage on the weekend and go figure… on the SAME LAKE!! She also informed me that three weeks ago she lost her favourite Alexander MacQueen prescription reading glasses under or near the dock and no one could find than.

Patti then agreed to be my spotter and we set the date and time!

Patti was kind enough to make a post on the local Otty Lake page to see if anyone else needed assistance for lost items. Sure enough a message came in for yet another men’s wedding band lost in the water! Those two successful ring recoveries will be posted shortly as I’m still co-ordinating meeting up with the ring owners to return and grab some photos for the blog!

I brought along my trusty Minelab Excalibur2 underwater detector as my DIVE BLU3NEMO portable battery operated hookah systems! This unit has a ten foot hose, is light weight, easy to use and perfect for dock dive detecting!! (I’m an affiliate for DIVE BLU3 NEMO & the new NOMAD… contact me for more information)

Within five minutes and half way under the dock I came upon Patti’s reading glasses just sitting there!!

Check out the underwater video and surprise;

Patti was overjoyed to receive her favourite pair of reading glasses back!! But I was more grateful for Patti’s spotter and set up help for the other two ring recoveries!!

Thank you so very much Patti for your generous donation to the Kelly Shires Breast Cancer Foundation! I am on my way to break last years charity fundraising mark! Patti also received a tax receipt!! We all win!

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#divedetecting #Hookahdetecting #lostglasses #pinkpowerally #ontarioringfinders #theringfindersdotcom

One Reply to “Expensive reading glasses took a swim off the dock into Otty Lake Perth, Ontario”

  1. Patti says:

    Can’t thank you enough for this Alison!! I was so busy trying to video you that I didn’t jump up and down!! Thank you thank! Just knowing that you take so much care and donate the proceeds back to Kelly Shires means so much too.

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