#georgianbay Tag | The Ring Finders

18k 750 White Gold Wedding band lost in the waters of Wasaga Beach, ON 🇨🇦

from Brampton (Ontario, Canada)
Contact: 1-647-383-6891

Mr. Lee and his family decided to go swimming at Wasaga Beach #1 on his 25th wedding anniversary!

The waters were getting rough mid-afternoon. He felt his ring pop off his finger and he tried to find it!

I received a call shortly after and headed up after work meeting Mr Lee and his Family! I started my grid search pattern with Mr. Lee in the water beside me and had no luck. The waters were calming down but there was still a little bit of an undertow. I had no luck after searching for 4 to 5 hours and decided to go back early Saturday morning! I continued again starting to grid search To the East of the previous days attempt!

Once I got back to the area where Mr. Lee felt his ring come off, I decided because of the undertow to search 10 to 50 feet behind where the area.

i had a solid crisp signal on the Equinox 800 with an “11” VDI reading! There was Mr’ Lee’s wedding band in my scoop!!!

check out the video!!

 

 

Here comes my favorite part!!! “THE SURPRISE”

It was an honor and a pleasure to help Mr. Lee recover his precious lost wedding ring of 25 years! I will be grateful for his donation to the Kelly Shires Breast Cancer foundation when it comes in and he will receive a tax receipt for the amount!! My Pay-It-Forward” program !!

🌸💖🌸 Thank you Mr and Mrs Lee! Happy 25th Anniversary 🌸💖🌸

  

Woman Loses Diamond 18k Gold Engagement Ring Fused With Her Wedding Band Waist Deep in the Waters of The Blue Mountains Area of Collingwood, Ontario 🇨🇦

from Brampton (Ontario, Canada)
Contact: 1-647-383-6891

Received a phone call from Louise early this morning. She was quite upset that yesterday she saw her “engagement ring fused wedding band” came off her finger waist deep in Nottawasaga Bay Area of Georgian Bay in The Blue Mountains area of Collingwood, ON 🇨🇦 They

Her Husband of 36 years, Johan had used Google…and “The Ring Finders” website popped up!

I met them a few hours later. Started to search the area. Shortly after I expanded it close to shore and 2’ behind the stone marker I had a slamming signal on my Minelab Excallibur2!! One scope…the the surprise!! Quite tears of joy! These ring are extremely sentimental in more ways than one ♥️♥️

Johan had just stepped away for a few minutes when the rings were recovered so we made a 2nd surprise!

I am honoured to have helped in the recovery & return of Louise’s beautiful sentimental rings! I am also grateful for their generous donation to The Kelly Shires Breast Cancer Foundation!!! PAY-IT-FORWARD

Shout out to Jim at NORTHWINDS WATERSPORTS!!