The picture above is of a lady who lost both of her rings… diamond engagement ring and diamond wedding band, while shoveling snow off her mothers driveway in late December.
After 5 minutes or so of shoveling the driveway this young lady took off her gloves because they were soaked, 20 minutes later she looked down and noticed both rings were gone.
It became dark and cold, with her car lights aiming at the piles of snow, she spent the next few hours that evening searching for her beloved wedding rings.
She didn’t want to go home and tell her husband that she lost her rings.
Soaking wet and cold she finally pack it in and later that night when she got home she broke the sad news to her husband…
The next day they would search together for the rings, after digging and searching in the cold snow without any luck they gave up the search.
The evening before, her sister had heard of the lost rings and researched the internet for someone that could help.
She typed in the words… ”lost my ring in the snow” and found the number for a treasure hunter in Vancouver who has a service called… ”Finders”
I received the call and was on my way to help find the rings, when I got there I listened to her story and I was very confident that I would recover them for her.
It wasn’t a hard search as it only took me 5 minutes or so to find the diamond engagement ring.
This was the big diamond ring and they were very happy that was found first! It was the wedding band that would be the tough one to find.
After a search of the area the first ring was found in, it took almost 1 hour to find the wedding band, I found it close to my truck on the side of the road.
It was a good thing she called as that ring would have been found by someone after the snow melted or it could have been caught in someone’s car or truck tire and driven away.
I love my Job!
View the short video of this discovery on my You Tube page…
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