My most recent ring recovery occurred at Pismo Beach, California. I was doing my own recreational search of some beach volleyball courts when a young boy came up to me and asked if I knew where his family could rent a metal detector to search for his mother’s lost ring. I told him that I provided a ring search service. No place in Pismo rents metal detectors.
He led me to an area of the beach roughly the half the size of a basketball court that his family had scuffed up with their fingers trying to find the ring for apparently several hours. The sun was setting and dusk was approaching. I began searching the scuffed area and on my third pass, my White’s MXT rang out and the screen indicated ring. I scooped my recovery tool deep into the sand and shook it out. The lady’s beautiful and expensive ring, part of a matching set of earrings and bracelet she was wearing, was handed back to her. The whole family was relieved and grateful. The husband gave me a reward for my service. I wish I’d had a camera with me. It was a beautiful and expensive ring. This is why I joined Ring Finders.