Stevens Point residents, Allen and Debbie Baker, were camping at Wisconsin’s Kohler-Andrae State Park on the shores of Lake Michigan August 12. Allen set his heavy tungsten wedding ring on a towel for safe keeping on the beach while he was swimming. But as they left and the towel was gathered up with the rest of the Baker’s belongings, the ring was inadvertently sent flying into the dry sand. Despite their best search efforts, the love token eluded discovery.
Debbie contacted me on The Ring Finder’s directory of metal-detecting specialists. After an hour’s drive, we met on location just as the sun was setting and I prepared to search the area where they had spent their afternoon together.
It didn’t take long for a strong signal to register in my headphones and a quick recovery followed. One wedding ring—reunited with its owner! Mission accomplished!