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Scavenger Hunt Leads To Vow Renewal

ORANGE, Texas (UPI) — A Pennsylvania man said he brought his wife to Texas to conclude a three-year scavenger hunt that ended with a surprise vow renewal ceremony.

Rich Jones, who met his wife, Terri, when they were both working at DuPont in Orange, Texas, said the hunt began with a skeleton key he gave his wife for their 22nd wedding anniversary and concluded when Terri arrived in Orange Saturday to find Rich had re-assembled most of the original wedding party for a surprise vow renewal ceremony, the Houston Chronicle reported Tuesday.

“It’s fun to know he loved me that much, to do all this,” Terri said.

Rich said his wife was worth the effort.

“Our marriage has been great,” he said.

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