I received a call from Nick a week or so ago telling me he lost his wedding band while coaching his sons baseball team. He went on to say that the loss occurred a week or so prior, but he just found out about my service that day. I mentioned to him that I was leaving for a weeks vacation in two days, but if he could meet me the next day I could make that happen. He agreed and we met the next day. Upon my arrival, Nick gave me a detailed recollection of where he walked and where he spent the majority of the time that day. I immediately began my search and about 20 minutes into it…….
…..this was exactly how it was found. There was little chance of “eyeballing” it considering the way it was lying under the grass and how much area had to be searched. Before we began the search that day, Nick said, “I know there is very little chance of finding it now”. I am so glad we proved him wrong!
Although time plays a critical role in recovering lost rings/jewelry, don’t give up hope because a week, month or even YEARS have past. My oldest recovery was lost 9 years prior! With that said, the two biggest factors in a successful recovery are recollection of where you were and what you were doing when you feel you lost the item and time. The sooner you contact me the better!