I received a phone call from Elizabeth saying that her husband ring was lost at a Smithtown Beach. I asked if they were at the beach ,if So I would come right away.
When I got to the beach they showed me the area that they were sitting and where they had walked about. Then he said that he when into the water and that it may have come off there. He stated that he was waist high and showed me where he was swimming. Since the water temperature was about 60 degrees he was in long. I explained that if it was in the water I would have to come back as the tide had come in and the area that he was in was now about 5 foot deep.
I searched the land area that they were sitting in and the surrounding area. No Luck, I told them I would have to come back when the tide was low.
I came back Saturday late afternoon and the tide was almost tis lowest point. I started a search along the water line as far in as my detector would allow. After a number of trips back and forth in the area that he told me was in I received a very strung signal in the gold range and using my beach scoop I found a ring.
Elizabeth was not at the beach when I found the ring,. I when back to my car and took a few photos of the ring and texted them to her. I then called to say I had sent a message about the ring and to take a look. When she did all I could hear were people in the background cheering. I set up a meeting in order to return the ring. It was good for both them and myself to meet on my way Home. Two Happy Beach goers.