Laurie came across a post from Jean Pierre looking for help. A month ago he lost his beautiful wedding ring. He wasn’t sure if he had placed it in a safe place or in his pocket. He had searched his home from top to bottom with no luck. The day he lost it, he was doing yard work and adding top soil to his front yard. He wondered if maybe his ring fell out of his pocket. We arrived, talked a few minutes and started to grid the yard. As Laurie and I got closer to each other I said it must be somewhere between us. Only moments after I got a nice 15 signal on the Equinox 800 and three inches down was his ring. Another successful return!
We received an early call this morning and met up with a loving couple. They have been married for 40 years and have twin wedding bands! She took an early swim this morning and was standing in water waist high. She was showing a friend on how she just had her ring resized. As she tried to remove it the ring stopped at her knuckle, as she tugged harder the ring flew off and into the water. They searched for an hour with no luck finding it. The husband did a quick search online and found us on The Ring Finders website. We knew that the sooner we arrive the better chance we had at finding that ring. They were able to show us exactly where it happened. The beach was filling up quickly and soon we had an audience. It was a bit of a struggle to see anything we were doing. The pond had a fine sand that would dust up and disrupted our view. We had to feel for our metal detector coil with our foot and try to scoop it up with no visibility. Eric handed me over the scoop after several attempts on a signal chest deep. He decided to head down under the water to try to locate that signal. After a few attempts he comes up with a handful of sand and the glitter of gold! Another successful ring return!
We met this gentlemen at the Local Restaurant at Lansdowne Park, this is where he took off his ring 10 days prior, he had no memory of what happened next but realized he no longer had his Platinum wedding ring once he was home. We retraced his steps to an area he had been wrestling with his nephew. Sure enough it was found sitting in the grass. You couldn’t see it visually but my detector did! He was one happy man, at that point we realized he must have put the ring in his pocket at the restaurant.