Just after my late shower I see a voice mail, a young lady asking if I could help them find a ring in the sand. 6 or more people on hand and knee’s for hours could not find it. Took a bit for us to talk and I was on my way.
As I get my gear out and head to 18 th st I see three ladies waiting. Few min talk and we are walking down to area of loss. Ok its somewhere in this 20 x20 with one lady to my right sayin Like right here. I turn on the detector and say ok 5 min. I started at the far side of where she said and 30 sec, bam.
They all just look as I scoop, miss and scoop again and shake. Yep there is the ring. Not always this fast but sure made TheRingFinders.com look good.
Another happy family and the Word spreads, TheRingFinders.com is WORLD WIDE. Read the rest of this entry »
Yesterday I got a call that was a little outside the box. $45,000 4 ct ring lost in the house. This young lady tells me, my mom Always puts her rings in same place but we cant find them. They have a new care taker for grandma and they were now questioning her. I said I would be glad to come by and see if I could help.
After an hour of searching couch, under everything I came to ; No disrespect ment here, but I believe they are Right where you put them.
I called the daughter at work and let her know my feeling on this loss. Fast Forward 6 hrs later yesterday eve.
I get a call from the Mom saying, you were right.
I put them in the car when we went for a beach walk but didnt remember taking them.
We dont Always find them, but we help people know where they
Came to hunt with David from Maui. 5 mins and see people looking for something in the sand. Wow. I hand them my card and go get me detector.
10 min search and make the crowd cheer. I love detecting…
Got a call this evening that was way hard to understand. Didnt speak good english but we got thur it. He headed stright back to the beach cause they didnt know what the beach name or tower number. I headed to coast hey to wait. As I am geting to the hwy he calls and gives me the State beach name. I’m only five min away.
As I pull into the parking lot I see a young man standing right in front, he waves to me, musta know it was me.
As we get down to the area the tide had come in and covered the area. No problem, remove the shoes and we’re in. Whites PI water detector with me always. Not move than five min and ring found. Tiffany & co Dimond ring.
Yesterday I got 2 Lost ring calls in ten min. Called partner Curtis Cox to cover the Oceanside call while I do the Carlsbad call.
So the lady says do we really need to go back there now, only if you want it back I reply. She tells me her Dad will meet me there. As I get there and listen to where they were and how the rings were lost we head to the towel area. Still alot of people on the beach but all three groups in this area had no problem moveing their stuff for me to search. NOT HERE…
I start to grid the trail they took out and 10 min in I got the 70 yr old Grandma’s Ring.
Beautifull white gold with one dimond for ea of grandma” kids ( 5 ).
Both lost ring calls were found and returned to their owners. Great day for TheRingFinders.com
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Got a call from Life Gaurd at Moonlight Beach, Encinitas.
Our tractor broke a tooth again. I was called last yr for the same piece, Found and returned. The repair didnt hold.
Found again about 15″ deep in wet sand area.
Today walkin down the beach detecting a lady asked, can u find keys in the water. How deep? She told me the story of droping them in her top. Oh my, thats not a key holder.. I asked if they were stranded or were gona stay awhile. She said no we are here for a while so I went detecting for one hour and came back.
Went and changed into shorts and marked off the area. Started at knee deep and worked in.
About 10 min I got them, they were 6″ deep already cause sand is soft there.
Such a quick meet, hunt and return that I got a pic but cant remember her name. Hope she checks later for the story and adds her name. Its a good day. Read the rest of this entry »