Lost and found gold Wedding band at Lakeshore Beach Sandbanks Ontario
While out water detecting at North beach Provincial park, I received a call from Marian, saying how her husband, Remon, had just lost his gold wedding band while about 4 feet deep and tossing a football around with his kids. They were down on vacation from Quebec and headed back home tomorrow. So I quickly packed up and headed over to Sandbanks to meet up with them. After quick intro, I asked Remon to come in the water with me and stand where he thought he lost his ring. After a few minutes, as I was gridding the area with my water metal detector, his family signalled him from shore, telling him that he should move more to his left, just as I was getting a strong signal with my detector. Using my water scoop, I scooped up the target and there was his ring in the basket. I looked at him and told that we shouldn’t move, as he had put us 3 feet away from where he had dropped it, and proceeded to showed him the ring in the scoop. He was very excited but not as happy as Marian was when we reached the shore and he showed her his beautiful wedding ring. Another happy ending.