Texas A&M Class Ring Lost in the Grass of a home in Houston, Texas (found) by John Volek TRF-Houston, Texas.
I was contacted by Trevor regarding his lost Texas A&M Class ring in the front yard of his residence in Houston. Trevor reported while participating in some activities in his front yard he took off his ring and put it in the pocket of his gym shorts. Trevor said at the conclusion of the event he realized the ring was missing from his pocket. He reported he and his friends spent several hours searching for the ring, which eventually led him to renting a metal detector. With no success, Trevor searched the internet and found The Ring Finders and placed the call.
Check out the video to see the recovery of Trevor’s Texas A&M Class Ring:
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Peter called me yesterday to ask me if I could help him find his wedding ring. He lost it in the back yard the previous evening while playing with his dog. He had fallen in the snow and felt his ring slip off his finger. Peter and his wife spent a couple of hours raking and pouring hot water to melt the snow but had no luck finding the ring.
I met up with Peter in his back yard and he showed me where he thought his ring should be. I searched that area as will as the surrounding area with no luck, only to find a bunch of roofing nails. I stood back and analyzed the area where Peter fell and thought it either had to be in the neighbors yard or along the fence line. I took out my pin pointer and searched along the bottom of the fence dragging my pin pointer underneath the boards and out popped the ring.
Another happy client, Thank you Peter for the generous reward.
Joel was thinking about buying or renting a metal detector when he found my contact number on TheRingFinders.com.
Joel called me telling me his story. He had put his wedding band in his pocket while doing yard work. Before returning to the house he reached in his pocket and the ring was missing. That information help me after I arrived at his house. Many times the story gets vague as to where the ring may have fallen.
It was a large thick lawn, that was a golden brown color because of our drought here in California, a perfect hiding place for a yellow gold ring. In the corner there was a 15 x 25ft area of soft unplanted dirt. That was the easiest place to start. Joel and his three kids watched as I explained what I was doing. First find was a pull tab, second find was Joel’s ring. They didn’t believe me when I said, I found it. When I handed to him he responded with a big smile. Sometimes these searches are easy, other times they can drive you crazy, the other day I spent two hours walking more than a mile in a sandy river bed with no success. Lots of fresh air and exercise.
Another thought, I often have is: How many lost valuables are hiding in backyards because people don’t know how to get an experienced metal detectorist to help?