A few days ago, I received a call from William F. who told me that he had lost his gold wedding band while raking and bagging leaves around his yard last weekend. I asked him if had had thrown the bagged leaves out yet and he said no, he had kept them.
I knew then that his ring would probably be a fairly easy and quick locate
I met William at his home in the town of Markham, just north of Toronto this morning and he began showing me the area where he had been cleaning up the leaves from the yard.
He then opened up the garage and showed me the several large, full bags of leaves he had kept in there all week.
We decided to check all the bags first, and if the ring wasn’t located I would then search the lawn.
William handed me one bag and I quickly scanned around the bag and the bottom……nothing.
Bag number two was scanned…..nothing.
Bag three was scanned and then about midway down the bag, a solid, heavy signal. Bingo..!!
I tipped the bag over onto the driveway, spread the leaves around and pinpointed the target. There was his ring. A large, gold wedding band. I handed it back to William who was obviously relieved and happy to see his ring again.
The entire search took maybe 90 seconds at the most. That was my second fast recovery in a row. I love these quick finds..!! lol
Too bad they aren’t all like this, but as long as we keep getting the rings back to people, that’s really all that matters.
I’m really glad I could help out today William, and happy you have your ring back on your finger.
William was a bit camera shy, but his ring wasn’t so I have attached a pic of the ring.
Thank you so much for the generous reward on such a quick locate..!!!