I got a call yesterday from Elizabeth who was getting a little gardening in while dodging the rain showers when she realized her wedding ring was missing. It was getting dark and while she franticly searched she was unable to locate it and found me. We scheduled a time for me to come out this morning and find the ring. She had narrowed down the area to about 400 sq ft and while this was good for me the issue was most of the area was covered with various knee high succulents with the majority of them having very sharp points protruding out. I checked the area without the plants and did not find the ring so I grabbed my pinpointer, got on my hands and knees and began an inch by inch search of the area. Without discrimination I was pulling up nails, wire and a penny or two as I worked my way into the space. I heard Elizabeth shout that she didn’t think there were any black widows in there but at this point I was committed to finding the ring so even though I had no gloves(left in the car) I kept going. About a minute later I got a nice buzz on my MI6 and pulled away the aloe leaves and there it was, the elusive wedding ring. If you have lost a ring or other piece of jewelry don’t hesitate to call or text me at 805-290-5009 so I can begin the process of returning it to you. Visit me at www.venturacountyringfinder.com for more information as well.