This couple had been reseeding their back yard last weekend when Sarah S. noticed her ring was missing. They hadn’t been married long, I think maybe a year and a half. She was very distressed, putting it mildly. They had tried to find the ring on their own. Even going out and purchasing a very low end metal detector, but with no discrimination he quickly found out how much trash metal was in his yard, (the house dates from the 40s). The drive to the site was nearly two hours. I listened to her story, as well as asking a few questions. The ring was a white gold and diamonds engagement/wedding band set. I set up my grid, and made one pass across the yard. About halfway back on the second pass I got a solid 12.02 at zero inches on my CTX. I knew that tone and VDI was exactly what I was looking for with it being white gold. Sure enough, my pinpointer found the wedding band portion just below the layer of straw. I marked the location with a flag and continued on. Two steps later I got another 12.02 at zero inches. This was the larger engagement band portion. She had a good cry when I showed her the rings, it would have made a great video had I been recording.