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Florida alternate means ‘adventure’ in life after finding the man’s ashes, family members, heartfelt notes in a bottle

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In a serendipitous moment, a Florida sheriff’s deputy came out in a bottle is discovered on a Walton County beach area, with a special note.

“The bottle will contain the ashes of my son, Brian, who suddenly and unexpectedly passed on March 9, 2019. I will send him on one last adventure, and the note to read it.

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Sgt. Mrs. Pendleton was on duty, as a person, the bottle and the glass, at the Walton County Sheriff’s Office as lost and found.
(Walton County Sheriff’s Office)

Sgt. Mrs. Pendleton was on duty when someone is reported to be in the bottle, the glass, the Walton County Sheriff’s Office. The bottle was cast into the waters, on Aug. In 1 of Destin, Florida, is in the possession of the bonds, and a small bag of human ashes, and four $1 bills, the Walton County Sheriff’s Office shared on Facebook.

Pendleton, who lost her husband suddenly in April 2018, at the age of 50, and was struck by an unexpected finding.

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“Who would have known it if it washes up on our shores, it would have been for me?” Pendleton said in the Facebook post.

The bottle was cast into the waters, on Aug. In 1 of Destin, Florida, is in the possession of the bonds, and a small bag of human ashes, and four $1 bills.
(Walton County Sheriff’s Office)

In another note found in a bottle, a girl identifying herself as Brian’s daughter, and the shared heartbreak her family went through, and it is the reason as to why they decided to put some of his ashes.

“Hello, my name is Chase,” the note read. “I’m Brian’s daughter. At the time my father arrived, I was 14 years old. It is amazing our family is very difficult, and, so far, it has been a very difficult one. But, as my grandmother used to say, he was free. So, that’s exactly what we’re doing.”

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In addition to the messages, there was a list of e-mail addresses, and telephone numbers of the person who found the bottle to be used to make contact to let the family know where Brian’s journey had taken him.

“If you do find it, please call or text me and let me know, no need to ask it again,” the note read.

The bottle is filled with the records of the dead man’s family, as well as $4 to pay to the receiver of the bottle is to call the family and let them know where the man’s shaft again.
(Walton County Sheriff’s Office)

Pendleton reached via text, please let the family know they had it in the bottle, and was making arrangements to return to the sea.

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“I am the one with the note at the back of the bottle to Brian’s ashes and the delivery of it to a friend who is a charter boat captain,” ” she said. “He’s offered to have Brian way from the Gulf, so that he can continue on his adventure. But, before that, I want you to know that he was in a ride-along with a deputy for a limited time.

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