Today I received a call from jennifer regarding a lost gold wedding band. After setting up a time to go out and search I knew i had my work cut out for me. The location where the ring was lost was in knee high grass and right next to a busy road. I started my grid search and knew this was going to be hard to swing my detector through the tall grass. (you that have searched those kinds of areas know what i mean). After 2 hours of digging foil,parts of cans, the dreaded pull tabs,bottle tops,and other misc junk. I finally heard my whites v3i sound off giving me a vdi number of 34. It was GOLD, YELLOW GOLD. Just then my ph rang and it was jennifer wanting to bring me some water. Wanting to surprise her with the ring. I dropped a bolt in her palm that i had found earlier then removed it and put the ring in her hand. I believe that was the biggest hug i have gotten so far. Hugs and tears and the smiles afterwards are what make the heat, bug bites and all the searching worth while. I cant wait for my next search.
Maybe i can help you with that lost item.
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