I got a call from Brian this afternoon who has lost his Tungsten wedding band while playing competitive frisbee on the dry sand at East Beach. I’m going to go ahead and say he was winning when after he had made another incredible throw and catch he noticed that his wedding ring was no longer on his finger. He got all of the players together and they began a hands and knees search in the hot sand only to realize this was not the best approach. One of Brian’s teammates remembered in the past having used one of our Ringfinders and he gave Brian the heads up and he called me and I was able to come right away to East Beach to begin the search.
Brian had a good idea where he was at and I began to grid first a small section and then expand and it was at the furthest point we thought possible the ring turned up and I got it back in my scoop to give to him. Brian’s success in getting his wedding ring back was because he knew he needed a professional detectorist and he called me at 805-290-5009. Time is our enemy when a ring is lost at the beach and we were able to recover it less than 2 hours after it was lost. Don’t hesitate to call or text me anytime so we can make a plan to get your ring back.
I got a call today from Chris who was with his family enjoying a wonderful day at East Beach in Santa Barbara. He was there with his wife and two small children, one of which is developing a wicked fastball as he took his mom’s ring and through it into the sand while mom was putting sunscreen on him. Like all great stories this one too had a happy ending as I was able to find it rather quickly because Chris made the decision to call me right away before we could lose it to anyone else. If you have accidentally lost your ring don’t wait to call or text me at 805-290-5009 so we can get out to your location and recover your ring.
I got a call from Ian on Tuesday morning asking if I could help he and his fiance Cielo locate her engagement ring that was lost Sunday evening. It was accidentally lost in the tide as Ian had been holding it for Cielo while she was swimming and it came off while he had handed her the towel. It immediately buried itself in the wet sand and as each wave moved over it got buried a little bit more. The conditions were great for a Tuesday afternoon search and I felt pretty confident that I could recover it unless someone else had beaten me to it.
I got there and met up with both Ian and Cielo and I started the search and began to grid out the area. I wasn’t having much luck going east so I went back to where I started and moved west and on my second pass I got a signal and two scoops later we had the ring back! It was an awesome recovery and it was so cool to be a part of it. If you have lost a piece of jewelry time is not on your side and the sooner you call or text me at 805-290-5009 the sooner it is we can plan it’s recovery.