Lost Wedding Ring Loon Point Beach Carpinteria Found by Expert Metal Detector

  • from Santa Barbara (California, United States)

I got a text early Friday morning sharing with me how a wedding ring had gotten lost in the sand at Loon Point Beach north of Carpinteria CA. It’s a familiar story, in an effort to take care of their rings prior to swimming, they are taken off and then stored in a pocket or the edge of a towel. For Michael, he had done just that, he had placed his wedding ring in the cup holder of his beach chair so he wouldn’t lose it in the ocean when he went swimming.

As the day went on he had completely forgotten about his ring and he and his wife packed things up and went back home oblivious to the fact that his ring had somehow bounced out of the cup holder somewhere on the beach or path leading back to the parking lot. This is where Ventura County Ringfinders stepped in.

I got to the beach and after talking with the couple I went to the area they were sitting at yesterday and begin to grid. I immediately found a quarter and a dime which was good news as I am always worried another detectorist might find it before I do and given that I found the coins I knew no one had been through here.

On my 3rd pass of the area I got a solid mid tone and I was pretty sure I had the ring in the scoop and a couple of shakes of the scoop proved me correct.

Michael was getting his ring back.

If you ever find yourself in this predicament don’t panic, call or text Dave, Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties ringfinder at 805-290-5009 and I will come out and see you get reunited with your ring, necklace or pendant. Time is not on your side so reach out as soon as possible. Take pictures of the area as our minds sometimes forget the details when we are upset or anxious.

If you need the services of a Ringfinder in Fillmore, Moorpark, Simi Valley, Thousand Oaks, Port Hueneme, Oxnard, Ventura, Camarillo, Carpinteria, Ojai, Santa Paula, Santa Clarita, Santa Barbara, Montecito or Summerland call or text at 805-290-5009.

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