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Enthusiasts couple sells everything for the world tour - this then only takes 20 minutes

11:20  15 august  2022
11:20  15 august  2022 Source:   maennersache.de

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Tanner Broadwell and Nikki Walsh from Colorado wanted to live their dream and deeds, many of which only dream: they sold the house and farm to tap the world on one boat.

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sinks the drama: just two days after the departure, the boat capped and the couple lost everything except for the social security cards, a telephone and some cash .

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"I have sold everything to do with this - And everything lost within 20 minutes, " Broadwell is quoted in an report by Travel + Leisure .

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the 26-year-old Broadwell and the 24-year-old Walsh were on the way to the dock of the little fishing village of John's Pass when your boat Lagniappe - against anything underwater. Then it went quickly.

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After about an hour, the two of the rescue workers could be recovered, but the Lagniappe had to leave them behind. Around $ 10,000 had paid Broadwell and Walsh in advance for the revision of the 49-year-old scarf. It was apparently no longer enough for insurance.

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