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Lost ring found in Falmouth Heights, Cape Cod, Massachusetts

  • from Cape Cod (Massachusetts, United States)

To find a lost ring; find a Ring Finder at: Cape Cod, MA

That is all it took for Lindsay to reunite her husband and his ring that had fallen off in Nantucket Sound while swimming at Falmouth Heights Beach. It was just a short mini vacation to the Cape for a few good meals and a few hours on the beach away from the daily pressures of the Covid19 epidemic.

They were having a great time until the day before returning home. That’s when Mike’s ring slipped off his finger into the water. They thought of buying a replacement. After weighing all options it was decided to first give a Ring Finder a chance to locating the ring. Nothing more to loose they gave their friend’s recommendation to contact me a try.

When first contacted the tide and waves were such that I would not be able to get out far enough into the area the ring was lost at. The next day the swells were done to about a foot and the low tide was at 2:30. Perfect for shot at finding the ring. With e-mails and a picture of were the ring was lost in hand I found a “free” parking space and headed to the water. The second pass and I had the wedding band in my scoop.

I called Lindsay and made arrangements to return the ring via the USPS. A request for a photo of Mike with his reunited ring for the book of smiles.

Blairsville, Georgia…….. Lost Ring

  • from Talking Rock (Georgia, United States)

Hello to everyone. Greg Bradford here with a funny recovery story. A few weeks back I got a call from a really nice customer in North Georgia who’d lost his beautiful Rose Gold wedding band while doing some landscape and yard work at his house. I showed up early on a Saturday morning and met with him. After some small talk, I asked him to retrace his steps so I would have a good starting point to begin looking (I hadn’t even pulled out my detector yet…..). So…… as he is backtracking his prior days work, I’m slowly walking behind him surveying the area. He walks over to his outside garden hose nozzle and continues to explain every step he made the previous day. While walking behind him, I caught a slight glimmer of a shiny object deep in his nice grass lawn. I reached down, pick up this object and, well……. I think you can figure it out from there, lol. I waked over to him, said, “I think I’m about to make your day, hold your hand out”.  I drop his beautiful ring into his open hand and the look on his face was priceless. He was like, ARE YOU SOME MAGICIAN OR SOMETHING…….. (or something to that effect). He was in disbelief (and I was too a little bit…. haha). Anyway, thought I’d share this neat story with everyone. It was a great day for all (and I just had to pull out my awesome detector for the photo, show him how it works, even though it wasn’t used to find his ring 🙂 . Take care and God Bless.
-Greg Bradford

North Georgia Mountains

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