FAIRPORT, Mich. - It's been slower than expected on Lake Michigan, as crews continue to dredge toward the possible identification of the 17th century ship, Le Griffon.
French explorer Robert La Salle's ship disappeared after leaving Washington Island in September 1679.
For four days, an exploration group has been stationed in Fairport, Michigan, trying to identify a possible shipwreck site they found in 2001.
Tuesday is the fifth day we've been in Fairport, as American and French archaeologists try to confirm that the long lost Le Griffon has been found.
Monday was a blast from the past as Robert La Salle paid the crews a visit.
"Uneasy is the head that wears the crown. La Salle was killed by his own men," said Reid Lewis, an actor portraying Robert La Salle.
"I was thinking about La Salle, what vision he has, and how he was a visionary," said Michel L'Hour, a French archaeologist.
"I wonder if La Salle is up there somewhere, if he's not looking down being very happy that we haven't forgotten him. And so now we want to be sure we can find his ship and bring the whole thing full circle," said Lewis.
Scientists are heading back out on the water on Tuesday to continue to investigate the possible shipwreck site.
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