I had a call from Michael last night about his lost wedding band.
Michael said he was doing a bit of gardening on his front lawn and when he was finished noticed that he was no longer wearing his wedding band.
He figured it must have slipped off his finger while he was planting boxwood shrubs or spreading dirt around with his bare hands or worse, at a pumpkin patch he and his family had visited earlier that day.
I was able to meet Michael this morning at his home and he again told me what had happened and showed me exactly what he was doing in the garden.
I got out my gear and started the search. After finding some old rusty screws and a bolt, there weren’t any signals left unless the ring had slipped off at the bottom of one of the holes he made to accommodate the boxwood shrubs.
Michael then pulled up all the freshly planted shrubs and I started to search in the holes that were at least 16” deep.
On the fifth hole, I got the signal we were waiting for.
After getting my pinpointer, I immediately felt the ring at the bottom of the hole.
I told Michael we had found his ring and he was amazed it was found.
I took some pics and we chatted for a few minutes.
Thank you Michael
Happy I could help out today and thanks again for the beers.