I had a call from Lindsay yesterday about his lost wedding band that he lost over two weeks ago.
Lindsay told me that he had been gathering leaves out of his pool’s skimmer basket and threw them over a fence in the backyard.
As he threw the leaves, he felt his wedding band slip off and heard the ring hit something.
Well, Lindsay and his family scoured the area behind the fence in the backyard and around the pool area for days with no luck.
I was able to meet up with Lindsay at his home this morning and had him show me exactly what had happened the day he lost his ring.
After gathering my gear, I began the search in the area on the other side of the fence and could clearly see where he and his family had trampled all over the area in search of the ring.
After searching for an hour, I was convinced it was not on that side of the fence although it seemed the most likely area where the ring flew off.
I went and got Lindsay and he took me into the pool area.
After shaking out hedges near the top of the fence I grabbed my gear again and began the search along the fence in the pool area.
After about two minutes I got the signal we were waiting for.
I grabbed my pinpointer and sure enough, there was Lindsay’s wedding band near the fence about two feet from the pool skimmer basket.
The ring obviously flew off during his downswing and landed right beside where he was standing.
I went and got Lindsay and showed him where his ring had been been hiding for the last couple of weeks.
After getting some photos and chatting for a bit I was on my way.
Great to meet you today Lindsay and I’m really happy I was able to help you out.