Andrew was at Califia State Beach with his wife Allyson. He put his tungsten carbide wedding ring on his sunglass neck strap and hung them on beach umbrella for safekeeping while he went swimming. When he finished swimming, he grabbed his sunglasses and the ring went flying into the dry sand.
Totally frustrated after they searched unsuccessfully for over an hour, Allyson got out her smart phone and found my contact information on a google search for “How to find a ring in the sand.” I talked to Andrew, assuring him I could find his ring if he was able to stay at the location. I could be there in a half hour.
We met at the parking lot and walked a couple blocks to their place on the beach. It wasn’t long till I got a good signal. I gave Andrew the pleasure of digging his wedding ring. I did tell him not to drag his fingers though the sand, just use your fingers like you’re grabbing popcorn. (It’s my clam shell technique).
They were a beautiful couple and had been married three years. I could tell how much finding this symbol of their love was to both Andrew and Allyson by the joy they expressed when we found the ring.
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