Had a gentleman call me today and tell me his wife lost her wedding ring while brushing off the snow from the top of the garbage can. Said they looked and looked and tried to find it, then went and got a metal detector and still could not find it. Then he google ring finders and called me. I arrive at his house and with 3 minutes I got a perfect signal on my equinox and after chiseling away the ice recovered his wifes ring all intact and in perfect condition, She was very happy and so was he! I love being able to return someones prize possession like that its so much fun.
I received a text from a gentleman who said he lost his wedding band, a nice 14k white gold band in his driveway while he was snow blowing. He tried to find it with a rented detector but had no luck, he was out of options when he look me up and decided he needed professional help. I said yes I can be there on valentines day to see if i can find it. His story is he put his ring in his pocket for safe keeping but also had a baby monitor in the same pocket well as he pulled out the monitor the ring came with it. He then blew the ring into the yard. I look the yard over and saw were he had went back and forth many times so I thought this might prove difficult and set in to searching. But thanks to my 30 some years of experience I had the ring within 10 minutes. The wind today was blowing a crazy 25 miles per hour and very cold but I felt his pain and was not going to give up. He was very happy to see that I had found it and stated he was very indebted to me for finding it. im just glad to have been a part of a valentine day rescue!!!
I received an afternoon call from a gal named Jennifer. She was tossing away some trash in the dumpster behind her work when she felt her ring fly off her hand. She thought it went into the dumpster but after jumping in and looking frantically, it was not there. She then tried looking through a large snow pile and could not find it. She called me pleading for help. I agreed to meet her at the dumpster and look for her ring. I knew that detecting would be difficult due to the deep snow and the metal dumpster. and it was 9 degrees outside. So I shoveled all the snow out onto the parking lot and broke it all up to make it flat and manageable. I turned the detector on and received a low quiet tone and knew it was the ring neatly stuck inside a chunk of snow. It took longer to shovel the snow than to find the ring. I was very happy to call her and say I have something for you. She was very happy and could not believe I had found it. The smile on her face tells it all.
Found a Wedding band for a Gentleman who wanted to show his wife that his Ring couldn’t come off cause it was tight and he said see honey its! oops.
Was called out yesterday to find a lost ladies gold ring in beaver lake was told it was in 4 ft of water but in reality it was about 5ft and very very cold. I was told by the Brother of the caller that it was lost between this mark and this mark on the dock were she fell in I thought ok well lets do it. So I donned my wet suit and walked in via a pile of rocks and tip toed along the dock wall till i found the spot. after four pull tabs 2 screws and a bottle cap I got a really junkie signal and up came a really nice gold ring. he was excited and said he didn’t think anyone would ever find it…The Smile says it all.
I got a call from a lady who said last night they were having a bonfire party and her son lost his wedding ring. She called me and I came over and within 5 minutes of searching using my garrett AT Pro, I found the ring up close to the fire pit were they couldn’t rake the grass. There was a ton of electrical interference so I had to turn my senitivity down to 3 and there was a bunch of aluminum candy wrappers, so it was a challenge, but I looked for a white gold signal which is around 40 to 43 on my machine and there it was shining up at me. The lady was very happy! as was I.