Jacob LaCasse and Amanda Thomson, Bennington, VT: “I’ve been coming out to Block Island for 17 years now,” said Amanda. “I’ve been orb hunting for five years. Never found one,” she said of the Glass Float Project’s hand-blown fishing net floats, hidden on trails and beaches around the island. Until this day.
Jake led Amanda to a tree where a float specially engraved by glass artist Eben Horton had been hidden (and guarded by her brother-in-law).
“It doesn’t have a number,” said Amanda.
“Turn it over,” said Jake.
“Will you marry me?” said the engraved float. Jake got
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