If you lose a valuable in the sand call a RingFinder as soon as possible..
Christina returned home from a day at the beach to realize her wedding ring was not on her finger. Earlier that day she was near a lifeguard tower in Seal Beach most the day and had only gone in the water for a short time.
After returning to the beach she search the sand by hand without finding the ring. That evening she posted on a local public forum asking for ideas for finding her ring. That was where she got my contact information. Christina was not able to leave work to meet me at the location so I got verbal directions from her. She didn’t feel the ring come off her finger so we only knew that she spent most the day in that location. There was the application of sunscreen and wet hands after being in the water.
I went to the location which was easy to find because it was close to the lifeguard tower. The I discovered that the beach sifting machine had already passed over the towel line. There was a few places on the slope that the beach cleaning machine didn’t get to. I did a grid search of the dry sand anyway figuring I still had the possibility to find the ring in wet sand later.
Just before going to the wet sand, I got the perfect gold tone in my earphones. One scoop and I had Christina’s ring in the scoop. I called her to give her the good news. She was unable to meet me for a few days as she was going out of town for the weekend. I sent her a photo of her ring and assured her it was safe till she could pick it up.
“I WILL TRY ANYWHERE “