Received an email from a young lady saying her ring came off while on her backyard patio. She and her husband search the area with no results. She asked if I could come out to help find her ring. Set up an appointment the next next day to help find her ring. The area was small but covered with lots of small plants and bushes. After covering the area that they though the ring may have gone to, I increased the area by a few feet and I found the ring hiding under a small plant. I had a very happy couple thanking me with much gratitude.
I received and email about a lost ring in Sag Harbor. I called and was told it was and engagement ring and wedding band. I agreed to look and ask when I could meet to see the area. The owner said she was in Manhattan and could not get out ill the weekend. I ask if she could give me directions and some landmarks so I could go out to find the rings. I received the information and headed out. When I got to the place there was a sign NO METAL DETECTING. I found the person in charge and after showing him the information I had I got permission to search for the rings. It took a while but I was successful.
When I got back to my car I phoned the owner, who was ecstatic, and made arrangements to meet on Friday night.
I received an email from a newly wed saying that her husbands ring was lost in the sand, could I help. The next mourning I was out to East Hampton beach and meet with the couple. They showed me the area that the ring was in. I did a grid search of the area with no luck. I then did a search of a larger area greater than the first. Sure enough a solid signal, took the sand scoop and there it was. The bride said that’s the ring I put on my husband finger at the wedding, I said so go put it back on him.
I received a call and follow up email from a very upset woman. She told me she was playing volleyball at the beach and when leaving the beach she notice her wedding ring was missing. After searching the internet and finding The Ring Finders, she called and told me that she lost it near volleyball court #49. Then she say there are about 100 volleyball courts.
I went to Cedar Beach and asked where the volleyball courts were and I was told in front of the concession stand. Looking out from there all I could see was a sea of courts. After searching for #49 and finding it, I didn’t know where to start, called the woman and asked where she had her chair’ Started a grid search of that area, no success. Then when to a second area that she said she had been in. Starting a search there and within 10 minutes I had her ring. I text her a photo of the ring and with in seconds my phone rang with a most joyful woman. I agreed to me her the next day to return the ring.
Forth of July I receive a phone call from Scott, he lost his wedding ring at the beach. I told him I would be there that mourning. Packed the car and off I went. It was a sunny day put the top down and enjoyed the ride. When I got to Sammy Beach I asked about the ring and in what part of the beach He lost it. He takes me to the area and tells me he had it just before putting out the camp fire. I when to the area and after a few minutes, pop goes the bells and whistles and there is his ring. The photo tells how happy Scott and his wife were, with big smiles
Day after Christmas I get a call from a very upset young lady who said she lost her ring at the beach on Christmas, playing football with a few friends. I told her that I would meet her at noon at the beach. When I got there She showed me about where she lost the ring. I started a grid search. After about a half hour my good old trusty “white’s” detector made a few beeps and under the search coil I push a few rock aside and there is a beautiful white gold ring. The owner was so happy she had tears of joy running down her face. The look that I see is pure happiness.
I received a call from a man that lost his platinum wedding ring at the beach on Shelter Island. He put it in the pocket of his beach chair and when he looked for it, it was not there. After searching for it and not finding the ring he turned to The Ring Finders where he got my name and called. I agreed to meet him in Greenport by the ferry line. We travel over to Shelter Island, nice ride. We went to the beach that he lost the ring and he showed me the area that he thought it went missing. There was a couple sitting in the area and they offer to move when I explained that I was looking for a lost wedding band. I said let me look around you first. I started a grid search, after about 15 minutes I got this strong sound and good number on the detector scale. I took a scope of sand and BINGO there it was! I turn to the owner and showed it to him, when he saw it a very big smile came to his face. I suggested that he call his wife and she was also very happy. Another day of sun and fun.
I received a call on Sunday night a wedding ring was lost at the beach in Amagansett. The couple had only been married a few months and the ring very important to the husband. I meet them at their house and we walked over to the beach. They showed me the area that they lost the ring. The wife pointed in one direction and the husband in the other, so I started in the middle and low and behold that’s where it was buried in the sand. Needless to say both were extremely happy to see the ring again. The trip was worth the smiles on their faces.
Monday afternoon running around shopping as Tuesday was forcast for MORE snow. It was mid afternoon and I get a call from a woman who lost her engagment ring in the snow. I still had my detector in the car from the day before, so I asked where she lost it. She tells me in Ronkonkoma by the High School. Well I was only 20 minutes away and I told her I would be there shortly. When I get there it is her son’s house and that she was getting into the car and the ring came off. I take out my equipment and ask about the ring. It was white gold and many years old with some nice stones. I started at the edge of the driveway and there was nothing but noise from the metal in the cement. I did some adjustments on the detector and started all over. The ring was about two feet from where she said it mind be. I took it out of the snow and she came over and gave me one big hug and a hugh smile on her face. After talking for a short time I find she lives about 20 minutes from me in Yaphank.
Lost in Snow
Its Sunday evening,the day after Valentines and I get a call from a very upset man. He was outside with his son and he realized that his wedding ring was missing. After going on “TheRingFinders” web site and finding my name in his area, he called. There was about an our of sunlight left when he called. I told him I would be right over. With daylight falling I got there and took out my trusty White’s detector and started the hunt. I asked where he thought it was and what was he doing when he lost the ring. He said he thought it was near the fence. I started at the edge of the driveway and it was about 3 foot from the edge. He couldn’t beleive that I found it. He was so Happy, I told him to go show it to his wife and she came out with a very big smile. The next day I received and email from her saying how happy she is and how I did a great job of finding the ring