A long time friend of mine called me to say her Mom lost a ring when they took her to visit the beach. She knew exactly where they walked to look at the ocean. It was starting to get dark so I grabbed my headlamp and was on my way. The city builds a large berm in the winter to keep the high tides from flooding the homes. My friend mentioned her Mom had slid down the berm to get to the bottom easier.
I started detecting at the entrance and worked my way towards the berm, no ring yet. I started scanning the side of the berm as I worked my way up to the top and thats when I got a good signal and found her ring. It’s just costume jewelry but her Mom was sad that she lost it and I was glad to help. It’s not the value, but the thrill of the hunt that gets me excited. 11/21/2017
Linda contacted me that she had lost her husbands wedding ring while swimming in the ocean at Huntington Beach. I went to the location after work, even though low tide wasn’t until 10:30 at night. I detected the wet sand down to the water for about 30 minutes, thats when they showed up and I asked them where they were sitting in the dry sand. I started a grid search and three targets later I had his ring in my scoop, not more then 10 minutes is all it took in the dry sand. She gave him this ring 18 years ago and they thought they would never see it again.
The rings are not always where they think they lost them. I was so happy I could return this beautiful ring back to such a wonderful couple.
I received a call around 7:15 tonight from Daniele that he lost his ring at the beach. It would be dark in about an hour so I hurried to meet him there. He had a good idea of where he had lost it. He had taken his ring off his ring finger and placed it on his pinky finger while at his car. He was carrying a bag as he walked to the sand when the ring slipped off. Daniele was searching for the ring when someone at the next fire pit over recommended he call The Ring Finders. After a 45 minute grid search I was able to find his ring. During the search I also found a 14k gold earring.
On August 9, 2016 Amy had posted that she had lost her wedding ring three days prior on a Facebook Community Forum I belong too. I immediately reached out to her and told her I could help her find the ring. She told me the diamonds were her Husbands Grandmothers and they had them set into a new custom made ring. We arranged to meet at the beach where she removed the ring to apply sunscreen. Luckily she had a good recollection of the area they were sitting. After about 30 minutes of grid searching I found her sentimental ring. Amy was so thankful, she contacted me the next weekend and invited me out for dinner with her family.