Big things found in Small town of Williamston, Michigan

  • from Grand Rapids (Michigan, United States)

I received a call from Sean T. Sunday evening asking me for help in finding his lost wedding ring. Late Saturday evening Sean was emptying out his cat litter box in has back yard. He walked in the dark from the back of his shed to the middle of the yard and felt his ring fall off his finger. He immediately put down the litter box and came in the house to have Jenna T. help him find the ring. The grass was 6 to 8 inches tall and they only had a flashlight and scissors. They started clipping the grass and throwing it in a pile but could not find the ring. Sean searched the internet for a metal detector and found the Ring Finders.

Sean and I worked out a plan for me and my fellow Ring Finder, Dave Boyer, to come out to his house and find his ring. On Tuesday afternoon we arrived at their house and after some introductions we started a grid search in the area where the grass was cut with no positive results. We then started from the back of the shed forward, still no results. I then set a grid pattern several feet from where the grass was cut and deep in a clump of grass I got a great signal on my Fisher F75 and there it was.FullSizeRender (24) FullSizeRender (25)Sean Is a little camera shy so I said I only want to share his smile with everyone who will read the story. Another wonderful  day in the world of ring finding.

Sean and Terra own a little store in the heart of Williamston, Michigan called Michigan Market and sell Specialty Foods and Unique Gifts made in Michigan.