Wedding ring found in the dry sand at the beach in Frankfort, Mi with a metal detector

  • from Traverse City (Michigan, United States)

This adventure started with a call from Catlin she had lost her wedding ring at the beach in Frankfort, Mi. She was pretty sure it was in the dry sand but she was also in the water.

Catlin was great and entertaining with the one liners tonight. I asked her if she was going to be at the beach a while. Her response was “I’ll sit here all night if that’s what it takes”. I got loaded up and headed out to the beach. It was about a 1/2 hour drive, then I met Catlin and we walked to the area her and her husband were setup. I lined up at the end of her beach towel to start a grid pattern. I started walking and about 5 steps in got a nice sounding 12:03 on the CTX3030. The exact numbers and sound for a woman’s rose gold ring. I used my pin-pointer and found the rind about 3″ down in the sand. I handed her the ring and watched the stress leave her body. Its amazing being able to see people relax and the stress leaves.

I told her I needed a closeup picture of the ring and also a picture of her happy. Her response “well that’s not be hard!” I had fun on this short easy after work recovery.

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