Felicity called me yesterday afternoon about her lost silver ring.
She had just returned home from grocery shopping and was carrying several bags towards her door at the back of her house.
She stopped for a second to place the bags down onto a small stone wall to rest for a minute and as she tried to pull her hand away from one of the bags, her hand was caught up in one of the shopping bag handles and as she jerked her hand free, she felt her ring fly off.
There are a few small gardens in the backyard and she frantically searched through them all but could not locate her ring.
After getting the call from Felicity I gathered my gear and was on my way to meet her in downtown Toronto.
I arrived at Felicity’s 30 minutes later and she ran me through the story again.
I began to search the small gardens around where she had placed the bags down and had to spend quite a bit of time checking in and around small hedges in the gardens.
Finally, after about an hour of searching, I ran my detector up the sides of a large, cactus like plant and briefly got a nice signal that suddenly vanished. I checked around the base of the plant and again got that nice signal. Sure enough it was Felicity’s ring and it appeared that the ring had been caught up in the plant and I knocked it out when I scanned up the sides of it.
I went and got Felicity to show her where her ring had been hiding and she was overwhelmed her ring had been found.
After getting a few photos and chatting for a minute I was on my way.
Really happy I could help out Felicity.