Sharon Nelson, Author at The Ring Finders

Incline Village , Tahoe ..Dog Park

  • from Reno (Nevada, United States)

Was called by Chao who had lost her wedding ring at the dog park last night. After searching for it she called me this morning. So I called my partner Mike L and we headed to Incline Village. We arrived at 12:30 and proceeded to search a very large area in the grassy dog park where she thought she might have lost her ring. After an hour of searching in grids we were about ready to leave, I got a low 1. 2. So as I moved my Equinox to the side to check the signal, I placed my detector down on the grass, right on top of the ring…it was too funny. I walked over to Chao and told her we were done…and then I said but before we leave I think I’ll give you this…I handed her the ring and she was so excited she jumped 2 ft in the air and yelled….she was very happy.

Tahoe Just Keeps giving

  • from Reno (Nevada, United States)

I was called at 6 am by Tash from Ca….she was at Lake Tahoe and had just lost her diamond engagement ring. I couldnt go so called my buddy Mike L…he made the hour trip to Tahoe and it took him about 10 min to find Tash’s ring. He’s awesome. Smiling faces all the way around. Thanks Mike, great job.

Another Tahoe Treasure Return

  • from Reno (Nevada, United States)

Treasures

Saved at Tahoe

  • from Reno (Nevada, United States)

So after leaving Moon Dunes this morning. Mike L and Sharon went to Tahoe Meadows to look for a wedding ring lost by a calif man..Dan. we had the certain area to search in the water that got a little deep quickly. After Sharon was up to her( you know) Mike took over for another foot , you can see the water mark on shirt , and found the ring. DAN WAS A VERY HAPPY MAN. GOOD JOB

Lost Ring Found Donner Lake

  • from Reno (Nevada, United States)
  1. Hi folks. This is Sharon Nelson from Reno Nv….last night I got my very first call out from Jessyca to find her husband’s ring in Donner Lake Ca. The couple are newly weds from Texas. I was out of town so I sent my partner Dewey to search. Turned out the ring had fallen in nearly 6 feet of water. So Dewey hung on to the side of the pier, put his detector as far as he could reach underwater and within 30 minutes had found the ring. Everyone was smiling…a very happy ending.