I had a call from Joanne this afternoon, Monday April 29, 2013 about her lost wedding rings.
Joanne told me that she was at a local park near her home in Toronto this past Friday playing with her daughter in a large playground with a sandy base.
Later on in the day, she realized that both her wedding band and engaement ring were no longer on her finger.In a panic, Joanne looked all over her house for the rings and not finding them, returned to the park and searched for a while there.
After not finding the rings anywhere over the weekend, Joanne found me online and called me today.
I was sure that if her rings were indeed at the park, they would be deeply buried in the sand by now, especially heavy, platinum rings.
I made it down to the park in Toronto later this afternoon and met up with Joanne and got a few more details.
We walked over to the park and I had her draw me a big box in the sand where her and her daughter were playing on Friday.
After setting up my gear, I started the search and about one minute in, I got a nice, heavy rounded signal. I knew right away this was one of the rings. After pin-pointing the area I reached into the sand and could feel immediately that this was her engagement ring. I walked over to her on the side of the playground and quietly handed it to her.
What a great moment. Fantastic look on her face. A look of total relief that at least one ring was found after sleeping under the stars for three nights.
I said if that ring was there the other one must be as well.
I continued the grid search for another minute or two and then got another heavy signal. Sure enough, Joanne’s wedding band comes out of the sand about two feet away from where the engagement ring was.
I’m really happy I was able to help out today Joanne and would like to sincerely thank you for such a generous reward on such a fast search.
All the best to you in the future.