John called me a few days ago about his gold bracelet he had lost in the fall while cleaning up around his yard.
As the weather has been so nice in and around Toronto, John thought I may be able to come over and
attempt a recovery as we have no snow on the ground, which is unusual for this time of year.
I was able to make it over to John’s house this morning where I met with him and his lovely wife.
John then gave me a tour of both the front and back yards where he had been cleaning up in the fall and pointed out some areas where he thought his bracelet may be hiding. One area was in a cluster of little cedar trees where he had be rearranging some rocks near the front lawn.
I went back to the car to get my gear and get set up while John went back inside the house.
I figured I would eliminate the front yard first as it was much smaller than the
back yard, and started the search in the cluster of cedar trees.
A minute later I had a rough, broken signal that turned out to be a rusted beer cap and then nothing for another minute or so.
Then, a nice, strong, solid signal that had me reaching for my pin-pointer…..
I moved some leaves out of the way and could see part of the bracelet sticking out from underneath a rock. After rolling the rock off to the side, John’s bracelet came into full view.
I brushed some dirt off of the bracelet, made sure it was in one piece and then rang his doorbell.
John’s eyes had a look of disbelief when he looked at his bracelet. What a great moment ..!! I love this look.
After showing his wife the bracelet, they insisted I have a coffee with them before leaving.
What a great job this is…!!!
I’m very happy you have your bracelet back John..!!!
Thank you very much as well for the nice reward on such a fast locate.