John found out about his friend’s lost ear ring being found by Ring-Finder Jim Wren in the North Myrtle Beach sand. It was that moment John discovered the great service The Ring Finders provide.
John had lost his gold wedding band two month prior. John was spending the day at a family member’s house playing with the kids all over the yard. This is when the ring fell off without John realizing it was gone. This ring had very special meaning as it belonged to his Grandfather. John messaged Crystal Coast Ring Finders and a day was planned to search the whole yard. Communication was very important to try to pinpoint the location of activity but the yard was full of various debris making this search difficult. Persistence paid off as the ring was found near a buried metallic item in the backyard. The sun was hot and the bugs were hungry. I was very happy the search was a success.
As my Sunday was winding down; a newlywed couple, Clint and Samantha were frantically looking for Clint’s lost wedding ring. The newlyweds had just returned from a two week honeymoon. Normally returning to the extended stay parking lot at the Hampton Inn would be effortless. However, while Clint and Samantha were vacationing the snow came down, over 40 inches of the stuff. Needless to say their car was buried in snow. So the deadly concoction of cold wet snow and bare hands made a newlyweds ring fly into oblivion. A call to Samantha’s sister brought up the Ring Finders and my contact info. and the search was on. I scanned the spot where the car sat and around where the snow from the car had been tossed. The parking lot they were in was full so I was doing my best to not get a false signal from the Ford F 250 and a Toyota. Digging out the snow around the other cars didn’t produce the ring. Looking in the cracks of the newlyweds car didn’t produce the ring. Scanning every thing one more time also didn’t produce Clint’s ring. I even looked under the Ford and Toyota with a light. This all was a means to and end, because I had my trx pinpointer and was not going to give up. So by process of elimination I pinpointed around each tire of both of the other cars. Just behind the Toyota passenger tire, my pinpointer went off. Clint’s wedding ring was Found Finally. The crazy thing was I had already removed the light snow around that tire and the ring melted its way into the harder snow that had been there a while. Warm rings that fall in snow like to sink as fast as a hot knife through butter. Thank you Clint and Samantha for trusting in the Ring Finders and May your marriage always have a special place in your hearts and may you both have the desire to discover loves true gifts.