I got a call from a young man asking if I could help him find his lost wedding band. What I didn’t know was he lost his wedding band 24 hours after he was married. When I arrived at his parents place he told me the story how he came to find out that his ring was gone at the end of the day. The thing was he didn’t know exactly where the ring had fallen off his finger.
He said that he was playing ping pong in the back yard and was doing a few other things in the yard that day. It was a big yard and it took me 2 hours to do a cross grid search, with no luck. I asked if he had checked his car and he said he vacuumed and checked it inside out but no ring. It was looking like it would have to be in his parents house but for some reason I felt like I needed to check the car as in my experience rings have a way of finding hiding spots.
After 2 minutes of search the car and under the passengers seat I caught a glimpse of his ring in a little hiding spot for the seat motor.
I believe if I didn’t check the car it would have been there for a very long time…If I had started the car first it would have been a fast recovery!!
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Thanks to an anonymous person who contacted a lady on the craigslist in regards to my service, I was able to help her find her lost silver Tiffany necklace that was gifted to her by her mother.
It was a bit of a longshot because the necklace was lost for three days on a very popular beach where everyone metal detects. The other factor was it was lost by a log, and everyone searches the logs. I was a little nervous that someone may have already found the necklace.
We met that evening and I told the young lady the bad news that due to the time that had passed the necklace may have been found already. That being said I was excited to start the search and I was very hopeful that the necklace was still there.
Within 5 minutes at about 4 inches down I received a soft signal and there it was in my scoop! I was as excited as she was to see it…If it’s there I’ll find it.
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I was away in Europe when I got the phone call from Fran about her husband Dan’s lost ring. I told Fran I’d be back in a week and I would come out and find the ring for them, I forgot. I got the call yesterday to remind me about the ring in the garden and I apologized and met them the next day and found his lost wedding band of 25 years. Fran told me that the ring was made up from her old gold rings so that was very special indeed.
It was lost in the front garden and I found it with my Minelab CTX3030.
The wonderful thing about this couple is they grow flowers for charity in their backyard. How wonderful and thoughtful of them to do this and what a great way to give back! Dan put together a wonderful bouquet of flowers for my wife who wass very excited when I presented them to her when I got home…Thanks Dan & Fran!
I love my job! I get to make people Smile!
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The call came in from a young lady who lost her ring that her mother gave her many years ago, she lost it at Jericho Beach in Vancouver…The young lady found TheRingFinders.com because the lifeguard told them about me.
She went on to explained that they knew the area where the ring came off but just couldn’t find it. Amazing how fast the sand can hide your ring and how hard it is too find.
I grabbed my detector and headed for beach which was about 40 minuts from my house, when I got there it only took 5 minutes or so to locate the beautiful ring…
She was very happy to see her ring again her boyfriend went to the lifeguards to thank them for telling them about TheRingFinnders.com
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My name is Matthew Hunt and I am a father of two, I’ve been in the hobby for a few years now and i love it! I have grown up my entire life in NKY, I have two excellent machines, if you need help finding your lost rings please contact me ASAP… I ll help you find what you thought was lost forever!
I received a call the other day asking if I could help find a lost gold wedding band then I heard the words Wreck Beach…This is a famous nude beach and that’s OK but the tough thing about this beach is the hike up & down…I think it close to 490 steps from top to bottom…I’m waiting for knee surgery so this is the hardest beach for me to access…But that won’t stop me from helping someone!
I set a time to meet Juan at 5am to drive to the beach, when we got there the tide was going out and Juan showed me the area where he thought the ring came off. I was excited to start the search and find his ring because I knew how important it was to him and the fact that he lost the ring on his 3rd anniversary…
I started my grid search and close to 4 hours later no ring…? Most times when I do a grid search and don’t find what I’m looking for it’s only because I’m not searching the right area.
I had to pack it up for the day because the tide was coming in and my knee was getting sore! I hate that feeling when you don’t find what you’re looking for to see the look of the face of the people you’re trying to help. I would come back in a couple of days and do another search in a different area as I knew his ring was out there some where… I know if I don’t find what I’m looking for it’s only because it’s not where the person thinks it should be.
I came back 2 days later and continued my grid search, after 1 hour as the tide was going out I got a sweet signal and dug down about 8 inches and saw the beautiful white gold wedding band in my sand scoop!
It’s the greatest feeling when you see the ring in the scoop because you know how much happiness it will bring that person.
I love my job! I have found over 300 lost rings and every ring has an amazing story attached to it…Now the story gets to continue.
I received an email the other day from a young couple who told me that they had lost a diamond wedding band in Harrison River. I called them and we discussed the search and decided to meet at 8.am the next morning. It was about 1 1/2 hours to get there so it was an early up for me…That’s ok because I love this job!
We met at a location not far from where the ring was lost and I followed them as I have never been to this beach before. When we arrived it was quite and not many people. The young couple showed me the area where they believed the ring was lost and they only had a half hour to wait and see if I could find the ring. But it would take much longer then that for me to find this ring.
They said good bye and they hit the road, I could tell that their hopes were not so high that I would find the ring. I started in on the shallow water where they thought it would most likely be and started my grid search.
After approximately two hours in the water I took the search to the dry sand, shortly into the search in the location where the ring was not believe to be…I found it. What a great feeling it is when you look into your scoop and see the sparkles of diamonds and not a pull tab or bottle cap.
I’m sure not hearing from me for 2 hours made them feel like it wouldn’t be good news when I called so I text them the picture of their ring.
We made arrangements to meet at their place and I delivered the beautiful diamond ring to a very happy young lady and her husband.
Thank you for the kind reward!
I love my job!
If you lost something and need help finding it…Call me ASAP!
You can watch the video of the recovery below…Thanks for reading my blog!