Words come back from bottle floated in 1983

Robynn Woodward joked Tuesday that she might face prosecution for littering over leaving a note in a soda bottle in an upstate New York river in 1983. She also was “horrified” that she misspelled “bored” as “boared” as an 11-year-old. Woodward holds a faxed copy of the note, which is older than the two brothers who found it while fishing. They plan to mail her the original.



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Robynn Woodward joked Tuesday that she might face prosecution for littering over leaving a note in a soda bottle in an upstate New York river in 1983. She also was “horrified” that she misspelled “bored” as “boared” as an 11-year-old. Woodward holds a faxed copy of the note, which is older than the two brothers who found it while fishing. They plan to mail her the original.

Try as she might, Robynn Woodward can’t remember the day back in 1983 when, in her 11-year-old boredom, she set afloat a message in a bottle in a New York river, hoping someone would…




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