I got a call this morning from Jay whose family was visiting his parents beach house in Carpinteria to escape the heat in Bakersfield. The property is directly on the beach so his kids were having a blast building sand castles and creating forts in the sand and having the time of their lives at grandpa’s house. One of the young’uns decided that they would pretend to be pirates so they grabbed their mom’s wedding ring set and took off for the beach to bury the rings in the sand in true pirate fashion. As would happen 5 year old pirates don’t always remember where they buried things and in this case the young man had actually dropped both rings somewhere he thought in the sand before he could even bury them. Needless to say there were many variables here to finding the rings. We needed to get them back to mom but also important was to get the young pirates out of trouble.
The rings were platinum so I knew what the sound and number would be on my equinox and I took off to finding them. I found the first ring in about 8 inches of sand after the second scoop and then a few minutes later ring number two was back in the scoop. Everyone was ecstatic and the best news was two young pirates were not going to have to walk the plank. Remember if you lose your ring, pendant or necklace in sand, the water or grass call or text me immediately at 805-290-5009.
I got a text this morning bright and early at 6am from Heather who had lost her wedding ring at Marina Park Beach in Ventura yesterday. She and her daughter were playing in the surf enjoying the water when a sneaker wave came in and slammed them in the back causing her ring to fly off into the waist deep surf. It was high tide so with a little luck I knew I would have a chance to find it if I could get out there during low tide. I raced over to the beach and by 6:50am I was in the wet sand searching for the ring. I was put in the area via text as she was still at home and I started gridding. Targets were few and I expanded my grid and about an hour into the search I got a solid 8 on my Minelab Equinox, dug down 10″ and I had the ring.
Heather did the right thing and contacted me as soon as she was able. I take calls and texts at all hours as time is of the essence when retrieving lost jewelry. Don’t hesitate to call or text me at 805-290-5009.
I got a call from Sara this afternoon letting me know she had lost her Platinum wedding ring while hanging out at the beach with her family. I told her I’d be there in about 20 minutes and to not worry because she would soon have her ring back. I knew I’d find the ring as my minelab equinox is money in the dry sand and all I needed was a little time and space and I would have it back for her. Sure enough all I needed was to get my bearings, turn it on and in about 2 minutes we had the ring in the scoop and it was soon back on her finger. If you happen to lose your ring don’t hesitate to call as the sooner I get to start searching the sooner we can get it back to you. Call or text at 805-290-5009 anytime and we can get your ring back where it belongs.