Author Reunited With A 35-Year-Old Message In A Bottle Thanks To A Kayaker
Finding a message in a bottle out at sea is a fantasy for many people. Everybody dreams about it as it is something that can truly be an amazing experience. To find a bottle with a letter inside out at sea is something we can only dream of. But there are some who do find a letter or message in a bottle. But rare are those who get to experience it for real as most messages in a bottle these days are just pranks. But, on the rare occasion, they are not pranks it can be a miracle.
1A kayaker’s discovery
A kayaker was in the waters of the Delaware River when he came across something unusual. This was a bottle with a letter in it. This is not something people are used to finding as they are mostly a joke but this letter was something special and something the kayaker was not expecting.
2Who was the kayaker?
Brad Wachsmuth was the kayaker who was minding his business with his friend out on the waters of the Delaware River on the Atlantic coast of the United States. It was here that he noticed a bottle with a note inside floating on the water. Thinking this could be a cool find he picked it up.
3How did it get there?
Brad believes the bottle got there due to the Tropical Storm Isaias that swept through the area a few days ago. These often unearth things buried on the land or even under the sea. He was out there with his friend and the two thought the bottle with a message in it was a cool find.
4What was inside?
When they opened up the bottle they didn’t find a treasure map or prank message. They found a letter written by Cathi Riddle and her cousin, Stacey Wells. This letter was written 35 years ago and had the date of Aug. 1, 1985. What a coincidence that a letter that was dated in August 1985 was found in August 2020.
5What was written in the letter?
The letter was written when the two were children so it was about their family and lives. They also asked the reader if they had any pets, and other questions children would ask. This was something that the two threw out into the river for future readers to find.