Last night I had a call from Roy about his wife Emily’s lost wedding band.
Emily had been gardening all day yesterday, trying to get the backyard ready for summer and at the end of the day noticed her wedding band was gone.
She had planted a few things, pulled a bunch a weeds and bagged them, and generally cleaned up the yard.
The ring could have been anywhere.
I was able to meet Emily this morning at their home in downtown Toronto and got a few more details.
The yard was fairly small, but there were metal objects all over the place. Tomato cages, solar lights, ect.
I was hoping the wedding band would be in one of two of the yard waste bags as this would save us a ton of time moving all the metal out of the yard.
I grabbed the first yard waste bag and laid it on it’s side and flattened it out a little.
After grabbing my detector, I made a single pass over the bag and got a beautiful signal right away. I was thinking this was too good to be true.
After grabbing my pinpointer, I stuck it into the yard waste midway down into the bag and got the signal pinpointed. I reached for the target and Emily’s ring literally slipped over the tip of my finger.
I started laughing and showed Emily her ring. She was very happy to see it again and was surprised how fast the entire search was.
Really happy I could help out today, and thank you so much for the nice reward.
It really helps me keep my service going and doing what I love to do.