Gold Wedding band found at the Torch Lake Sandbar with a metal detector. Torch lake Mi

  • from Traverse City (Michigan, United States)

I got a call from Dave stating he lost his Wedding ring on the Torch Lake sandbar. Torch Lake sandbar is the summer party spot for boats in Northern Michigan. Dave was throwing a football with friends and the ring went flying. He said he saw the ring on the lake bottom. Went to grab it and missed then the sediment covered the ring. Then they could not see it any more.  He and his friends searched for the ring Saturday and Sunday. They could not locate the ring in the sand. On Sunday they talked to a Antrim County Sheriffs deputy and he googled ring finder and my blog post came up.  We agreed to meet at 1:00 on Sunday to do the search. It was raining and thundering when we walked out to the location. Dave’s friend had put a cinder block in the location the ring was lost. I walked about 6 feet and found the ring. We packed up and got out of there before the storm got any worse. No body brought phones because the rain, so Dave send me a couple pictures after he got back home.

I would like to thank the Antrim County Sheriffs Deputy for the referral.

4 Replies to “Gold Wedding band found at the Torch Lake Sandbar with a metal detector. Torch lake Mi”

  1. gregg larabel says:

    Way to go Clare!

  2. Shannon Quintal says:

    Found☀️☀️ on July 14 at the Torch Lake Sandbar in Traverse City Men’s Titanium Wedding Band Size 10 or 11 text me or call with description of this ring 810-343-8097. Help ME get this back to the original owner 😁😁😎😎😎😎

    1. clare winslow says:

      I actually went looking for a titanium wedding band for another person. Let me get the owners contact info. I get a description of the ring to see if its the one I was looking for. Did you find it on the noth side of the sand bar?

    2. clare winslow says:

      He said in the center band the black is wore off leaving a grey band. I also have a picture if you send me an email.

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