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A photographer took the perfect engagement photo. If only he could find the happy couple

  • Dippel was waiting to take a picture of his buddy, Josh, on Taft Point earlier this month when a couple walked out and the man dropped to one knee.
  • In the photo, it looks like they were really far away, but Dippel said it was only about a two-minute walk.
  • There was a lot going on at Taft Point that day, including a completely different wedding, so Josh didn't see them, either.
  • Dippel and Josh had spent a few days in Yosemite earlier this month during a road trip down the West Coast from Seattle to Los Angeles.
  • When Dippel got home to Grand Rapids, Michigan, he posted the picture on Facebook and asked the internet to help find them.
  • The post has been shared more than 9,000 times and folks are trying to help Dippel locate the couple.

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Ditch the dog walker and sell the house: Couple with too much debt must learn to live within means

  • They are also spending all their income and then some, with their monthly allocations topping $7,500, including meager $100 contributions to their RRSPs. The couple‚Äôs current monthly budget allots $2,459 for their home mortgage and other costs for servicing unsecured debts.
  • Altogether they spend 44 per cent of their monthly take home income on mortgage payments and servicing loans, while other expenses, such $200 per month for dog walking, add up quickly.
  • $683 per month or $8,196 per year of previous debt service payments can now go to retirement savings.
  • To that they already contribute $100 per month, and will have freed up an additional $1,017 per month from spending cuts and $683 from debt service payments they no longer have to make, for a total contribution of $1,800 per month.
  • With age credits and splits of eligible pension income, after 10 per cent average tax they would have $4,260 per month to spend.

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