Kim had put her rings on her lap while putting on sun screen. A bee came close to her and she got up quickly swatting at the bee. Her two rings went into the sand. She and her husband Gary were able to find the larger ring.
After several hours dragging their fingers through the dry sand, someone on the beach told them about TheRingFinders. Kim called me summarizing what happened. I heard, dry sand, she knew the rings went into the sand, and they could stay at the location till I got there. Perfect! I told her the ring was just hiding and I could find it with a metal detector.
It was a busy beach day,but I was lucky to find a parking place without too much trouble. I located the black and white umbrella where Kim and Gary were patiently waiting. It was a quick recovery with smiles and everyone nearby celebrating the find of the ring with high fives and cheers.
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