On Friday afternoon 9/6/13, I received a call from Mr. Mike McGrath of Frenchtown, NJ who told me he lost his wedding ring at the Lehigh County, PA Air Show two weeks ago. Mike asked for my help in finding the ring. I told Mike it was unlikely that the ring would be found 2 weeks later since someone may have already found it or it may have been destroyed when the air field grass was cut. Mike made arrangements with Al, the Operations Manager at the Lehigh Valley Airport in Allentown where the Air Show was held and Mike agreed to pick me up at 9 AM on Sunday. We met Al at the terminal parking lot and he was very cooperative in helping us find the ring by driving us to the area Mike and his wife were at when he lost the ring. Mike said he lost the ring when he took it off to put some suntan lotion on. He placed the ring in his lap while sitting down and in the excitement of the show he jumped up from his seat and forgot about the ring being in his lap. A short time later Mike noticed his ring was missing and searched the area for it without success. Mike had checked with lost and found and no one had turned in the ring. Using a video Mike made of the show we were able to find the area he was in during the show. Our first sign of luck was that the Airport lawn was not mowed since the show and the ring may be hiding in the grass. I started metal detecting the area and staking off the areas searched. About 1 hour later, I suggested that Mike should check the local Pawn Shops to see if someone sold it there. All of a sudden, my White’s metal detector received that familiar gold sound. I took out my Garrett pin pointer and in between some tall blades of grass, I saw a gold ring standing up in the grass. With a big smile on my face, I called Mike and Al over and holding the ring in my hand said, Mike is this your ring. Mike confirmed with a big smile and a yes that it was his ring. Al also was smiling. Both could not believe that I found the ring. Al took some photos and even confirmed with the Airport Control Tower that we found the ring.