Lost - Women's White Gold, Diamond Wedding Band, OBX, NC, FOUND!!

  • from Kitty Hawk (North Carolina, United States)

On Friday I got a call from Diamond, who said she was very frustrated.  She had lost her wedding ring on the beach and had no peace.

She continued that she had gone to a local hardware store and rented a metal detector.  I explained to her that many metal detectors do not do well on the beach because they do not account for mineralization which cause the detector to beep at everything.  She responded, yes, that’s what it was doing.

I assured her that I was only about 15 minutes away and if the ring is not in the water, there is a very good chance that we could find it. I arrived at the access point and called Diamond.

I went down to their canopy and met Diamond and Darwin, her husband.  He helped me to remove some of the metal items from the search area.  I fired up the Deus 2 and began the search in the area she thought she had lost it.  I got an immediate hit but it was too deep and not the expected number.

Continuing to the center of the canopy, I got a solid 50.  I knew it was the ring.  Digging around in the sand with my hand and my pin pointer, I saw diamonds glitter in the sunshine.

I handed the ring to Diamond.  Peace regained…frustration, gone!   She was exuberant!  Hugs!

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