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How to Find a Lost Gold Ring In The Snow in Maple Ridge, BC

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I received a call yesterday from a young lady who’s nephew lost his older brothers gold signet ring that was handed down to him from his aunts late father. You can image how devastated the lady was to find out that her nephew who was throwing a snowball and lost the ring that he wasn’t supposed to be wearing.Emily went on to google to search for ways to find the lost ring, she was thinking of renting a metal detector when she found The Ring Finders website and to her surprise someone who could help her locate the ring…Me!Sometimes these searches can be very difficult depending on how accurate the person is in regards to where they were throwing the snowball… in most cases many snowballs are being thrown in all directions in this case he only through one at a specific area of the back yard.After only 3 minutes or so I got a nice ring tone on my Whites V3I and I bent down with my pinpointed to discover the lost gold signet ring in about 2 inches of snow…OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAI love the smiles you can find when you locate someones lost ring! The story was that Emily’s father passed away many years ago and his signet ring with his family crest was to be copied and given to all the family members when they turned 21. If that original ring was lost there would be no way to have others made from the original… OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAI know that the young man felt horrible for what happened, we all learn from our mistakes and the ring is back where it needs to be and in 5 years time he will have one of his own. I love my job! If you lost something and need it found…Call: Chris TurnerVideo to the search…https://youtu.be/6oCMMd9hQlU

4 Responses to “How to Find a Lost Gold Ring In The Snow in Maple Ridge, BC”

  1. Great find. It’s nice to get a search that is successful and quick!

  2. Chris Turner says:

    Yes it’s always fun to find what you’re looking for, short or long searches doesn’t matter just as long as you find the ring and the smiles that come with it…Best, Chris Turner

  3. jason bontrager says:

    Another great recovery!!! I also use the v3i and always interested in the vdi number. HH
    Jason

    • Chris Turner says:

      I will make a note for the VDI number next time…I’m so use to the mid-tones and I hardly ever check the number unless it’s in an area with a lot of junk…My next videos will have the display number…Thanks for the heads up!

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