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After 20 Years, Message In A Bottle Is Picked Up

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After 20 Years, Message In A Bottle Is Picked Up

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After 20 Years, Message In A Bottle Is Picked Up

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Ashley and Seth Cooper celebrated their first anniversary in Alaska. While beachcombing they spied a champagne bottle with a note in it. It had been tossed into the sea by a couple on their honeymoon. When Cooper tracked them down, she discovered they were still happily married.

RENEE MONTAGNE, host:

Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne.

After 20 years adrift, a message in a bottle was delivered. Ashley and Seth Cooper were celebrating their first anniversary in Alaska, and while beachcombing spied a champagne bottle with a note in it. Ashley told the Ketchikan Daily News, it was sitting there like it was just waiting for me. Turns out it had been tossed into the sea by a couple on their honeymoon in 1991. When Cooper tracked the couple down, she discovered they were still married, still happy.

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