Lost diamond ring Rainbow Falls Whistler, BC...Found!

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Vancouver Ring Finder Chris Turner- Ring Recovery Specialist…Lost your ring?… Metal Detecting Service/Call ASAP  Anytime   778-838-3463


I received a text message asking for help to find a lost diamond ring at a waterfall in Whistler BC. After hearing the story I gave the young lady a phone call to discuss the possibilities, I asked her to send photos of the area. Connie sent me photos and I felt pretty confident I would be able to find this without them being there, what I didn’t know was they were from Toronto and had already flown home and the ring had been lost for over two weeks.

I’ve never been to this waterfall before and I knew it would be a little tough getting there but not impossible however Connie’s husband John was all in for the treasure hunt and adventure and he flew out the night before I was going up to search on the weekend. I was excited to meet John hear the story and have him lead us to where the ring was lost.

Saturday morning I was up at 5 AM headed out of our place at 7 AM to meet John at the location.  At 10 AM Beverley and I met John, we discussed the search and we were on our way up the mountain to the waterfall. I got a tell you this is the first times I felt a little stressed out  in regards to the fact that if I don’t find the ring John would’ve spent an awful lot of money flying from Toronto to Vancouver and back. I don’t normally get nervous but I got to say I was a little nervous because of the fact that I didn’t want him to go home without his wife’s ring.

I did tell Connie over the phone that they didn’t have to show up to help me as I felt I was able to locate that location and perform my search and hopefully find it and have it mailed back or left with a friend or relative here in Vancouver. That being said John was all in for the adventure and so were we!

We hiked up the mountain for 15-20 minutes until we got to the waterfall, John started to show me what Connie was doing and how the ring fell off her finger. Two rings had flown off in what she thought was the same direction, her son found one ring but they could not find the other. When I arrived to location I could tell it was going to be a difficult search due to the uneven rocks cracks and crevices and fast current so many reasons why it could be very difficult to locate a ring.

I started my grid search in the area the first ring was found but no luck, I kept expanding my search in hopes that I would bump into this beautiful diamond ring. After almost 2 hours John was moving a big rock and I helped him, when the rock was moved away we looked immediately but nothing under the rock, as we sat down and talked for a bit I looked over and saw a little brim of what looked to be a white gold band, I reached over a lifted the rock and pulled out her beautiful diamond engagement ring! I’m pretty well known to surprise people but I got a Tell yah this one surprised me. I didn’t even have the cameras rolling when I found it I just grabbed it and screamed and so did John we were so happy.

John told me that he sat down just before we move that rock and said a little prayer, I’m really glad he did because it was only moments later that the ring showed itself to me. I was so relieved to know that John was going home with Connie’s ring in his pocket, the pressure was off and we had time to enjoy the beautiful scenery and talk about this wonderful adventure. John was a terrific help with moving all the big rocks, makes for a absolutely fantastic love story with the perfect ending.













Vancouver Ring Finder Chris Turner- Ring Recovery Specialist…Lost your ring?… Metal Detecting Service/Call ASAP  Anytime   778-838-3463

I have the best job in the world, I love helping people more than anything I’ve ever done in my lifetime. I get to make people smile, I get to hear their stories of what their ring means to them, and how happy they are when I find it.





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  1. Griff says:

    Chris, thanks to you and others who provide videos. Besides being pleasurable they are also provide instruction and hints on how to make ‘the impossible’ possible.

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