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Maybe you helped unite Benjamin with his lost ring.

Let's all start from the beginning.

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Erica and Erin chatted with a woman who was looking for her husband's (actually fiance...keep reading) wedding ring. The woman went on her way, and Erica and Erin went for a paddle on the Presumscot. That's where they actually found the ring! Shining by some rocks. But then, they couldn't find who lost it and the Westbrook Police Department helped by posting their poster on their Facebook page. That's when you all took over. And Erica and Erin found Benjamin. Benjamin lost his ring. So they could have just given it back, but they decided to meet Benjamin and his fiance Robin at Mast Landing Brewing Company in Westbrook and celebrate.

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This story is the best. The ring was found in the Presumpscot River about 2 miles from the dock last Sunday. It was finally reunited with the owners over a beer at Mast Landing. They connected online after the initial Facebook post was shared over a thousand times! They laughed and ate vegetarian wings, talked about their engagement, and shared stories about jewelry hunting.

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But my absolute favorite part of this awesome story is that Erica and Erin will be going to Benjamin and Robin's wedding in September. How great is that? This is what I love about Maine. Now THAT'S a happy ending.

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No matter where you're wedding ceremony will be held, if it's big or small, I hope other brides and grooms can give you some inspiration on how they created the day of their dreams!