Had a call from Rebecca from CBC as they where doing a series on “Classifieds”. About a half hour later I was being recorded for an on air interview that would be broadcast later that evening. The interview lasted about a half an hour, but the podcast is only about 6-7 minutes. Lots of interview hit the cutting room floor, but the pod cast turned out well. Hey, more advertising and getting the word out there. Helping Chris make “TheRingfinders.com” a house hold name. Bellow is the link to the podcast.
I received a phone call Saturday from Mark, telling me the story of how he lost his matching wedding ring while feeding the horses. After getting a tour of the farm and all the possible places it could be, I arranged to return for the hunt.
Monday morning I loaded up my equipment and headed to Arbutus Ridge arriving at 10:00 a.m.
I hunted for four hours and no luck, so expanding the search I entered a corral and searched the area and the feed trough. Bingo the tone of Silver.
Mark and Sherry were so excited to get this matching wedding ring back
Hello , I recieved a call from a gentleman by the name of ( Mr. David P. ). who explained that he lost a 18K gold & platinum ring while working in his yard a week earlier.. After speakin with him I agreed to come out and help him locate his lost ring. I arrived on the morning of 6/13/2013. When I got there we spoke alittle more about it and Mr. David P. , walked me through everything he had done from the time he first started and the time he noticed his ring was missing. he showed me all the areas he thought in might be lost in as well. I searched for about 4-5 hours very long hours and then i finally found it. As you can see from the smile on his face he was very happy to have his ring back and it was a pleasure to help him find it..
The day before finishing their beach vacation, Taylor lost his gold wedding ring.
This morning about 9:00am, I received a call from Taylor asking me if I could help him find his wedding ring he lost yesterday on the beach. He was searching the internet for a metal detector when he found The RingFinders and my phone number. I was able to meet him about an hour later.
He and his family had been vacationing in South Laguna Beach and had spent the day on the beach. He had taken his ring off and put it into the cup holder of his folding beach chair. When they got ready to leave he picked up his chair and walked to the parking area. (about 200 ft.) That was when he realized that he had lost his ring. Taylor was able to give me very good idea of where they were sitting and that made it very easy to find his ring. He and his wife were very happy and by now they are back home in Utah. I’ve found a lot of rings for people and I still get excited when I can help people like Taylor and his wife find their ring. Their little daughter is still trying to figure out what was the big deal.
Last night I received a call around 9:30 pm from a young lady who’s husband (Jose) had lost his gold wedding band at a Vancouver Park while playing soccer.Jose and 10 others searched for the ring of well over an hour in the dark with a flashlight but to no avail. His wife googled and found The Ring Finders online and we discussed the search and I met her husband at 7:30 am the next morning for him to show me the area.Fortunately he had a very good idea that the ring had come off in the goal area… if he was right that would cut my search time considerably and that being said it only took me 10 minutes! Only married 3 years this young man’s ring will now continue to tell a story of love.The smile tells the story! I truly love my job! I get to make people Smile! Lost something…Call ASAP! You can watch the video of the search on the link below…https://youtu.be/y7wxYIgQFcI
Angela called me this morning about her lost wedding band.
She told me that she was playing with her kids in her backyard this past weekend, and at one point was pushing her daughter on a swing set.
As her daughter was swinging back towards Angela, Angela flicked her daughter’s long hair with her fingers and felt her wedding band go flying off.
I was able to make it up to Angela’s home in Stouffville later on this afternoon and got a few more details about last weekend.
As the yard was fairly small I thought I would scan it quickly with my metal detector and if we weren’t having any luck, I’d get her to duplicate the action from last weekend with a test ring.
After scanning the obvious areas in the yard with no luck we decided to set up a few test throws.
Angela’s test throws were nearly hitting a wooden fence a surprising distance away from the swing set.
After a few throws were landing in the same area I started to scan along the bottom of the wooden fence and not a minute into it, I got a great signal in my headphones.
After pin-pointing the area and moving some grass aside, there was Angela’s beautiful gold and diamond wedding band.
This was a fun search and the good old test rings saved the day again.
Thank you Angela for the generous reward.
It was really nice to meet you today.
Today I received a call from jennifer regarding a lost gold wedding band. After setting up a time to go out and search I knew i had my work cut out for me. The location where the ring was lost was in knee high grass and right next to a busy road. I started my grid search and knew this was going to be hard to swing my detector through the tall grass. (you that have searched those kinds of areas know what i mean). After 2 hours of digging foil,parts of cans, the dreaded pull tabs,bottle tops,and other misc junk. I finally heard my whites v3i sound off giving me a vdi number of 34. It was GOLD, YELLOW GOLD. Just then my ph rang and it was jennifer wanting to bring me some water. Wanting to surprise her with the ring. I dropped a bolt in her palm that i had found earlier then removed it and put the ring in her hand. I believe that was the biggest hug i have gotten so far. Hugs and tears and the smiles afterwards are what make the heat, bug bites and all the searching worth while. I cant wait for my next search.
Maybe i can help you with that lost item.
I love my job
GOLD WEDDING RING
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