got a call from Alyssa just before sunset. She had put her ring in her bag but as they get ready to leave the beach her ring cant be found. A friend of hers had used us TheRingFinders last summer and she remembered the story. I headed stright down as this was a dry sand loss. After gridin the area two time I called in my partner in case I missed it. He grids the area but nothing. Her friends start useing feet to move sand in area and I try one more time and bingo, there it be.
White tiny gold is the hardest to find but we werent leaveing till we found it. Team work by TheRingFinders
Lost Ring Found and Returned at Camp Del mar beach camp pendelton. May 27th 2017
I received a call from John Hughes who is a good friend from Theringfinders. He had just got a call from a marine who had lost his ring on the beach and asked me if I could drive immediately to the base and find it for him. John ironically had another lost ring call in Carlsbad while I was headed to Camp pendelton to meet Kythan at the front gate. “Team Work” Like the NATO alliance!
Upon arriving at the scene of the lost gold ring he showed me the dry sand area where he moved a chair and noticed his ring disappear into the soft fluffy sand. I turned on my Machine and began scanning in a 10’x12′ area. In less than 5 minutes and 8 bottle caps I had found Kythans Wedding ring buried next to the chair.
They were very happy to have the ring back and asked me how much do they owe me for my service? I said it’s a FREE Charge to anyone in the service😀 Can’t beat that right!
He did cover me for the little fuel I spent but No matter,I always volunteer my metal detecting time to any USMC or Navy for sacrificing there time for our Freedom and this Great Country they serve and protect.🇺🇸
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I was out to lunch with my 21 yr old son when my phone goes off. Hello are you the ring finder.? Yes sir, whats up?
I lost a set of keys on the beach at a USMC bbq. OK I can come right over and meet with u. As we get to area of lost keys, its about 60′ X 60′ he thinks, other USMC guys start moveing all the metal chairs away and the cabana. After about 2 hrs of nails, tent stakes, bottle caps and pull tabs I’m ready to throw in the towel. I just couldnt walk away, he would be in trouble and he’s the same age as my son, but he’s a marine. So I start the path to the restrooms. 3 rd pass of 100′ + area and I get them. All the guys were carrying the chairs and event stuff back to the truck and didnt know. As the young man comes over for another load, talking on his phone about the lost keys, there’s a table layin in front of him, I just toss them down in front of him. The look on his face was Priceless. Helping this young man who serves our country was an honor.
The Ringfinders metal detecting service helped Find A Marines Wedding Band Before Deployment.
Me and John Hughes Battled the crashing waves to Recover and return This Ring especially to show our appreciation for the battles they fight overseas and our Country they defend.We are honored to help!…Here is the story written by the Ring owner,Adam Bradach.
Where there is great love, there are always miracles.- Willa Cather. I love my wife. I love the life we have built together, and I often think about the day that I made her mine forever. Our wedding bands symbolize that commitment we made to one another. My wedding band not only puts the world on notice that I am married to a wonderful woman, but also is a reminder that I have a strong, beautiful lady by my side. A few weeks ago I took my family to the beach in Carlsbad. My wife and I know it is a hassle to bring our young children to the beach, but being that I am deploying very soon we wanted to give them a fun day out.
While there, I decided to take a dip in the water to cool off. As I was walking out of the ocean, I immediately could tell that my finger felt lighter. I looked down and I realized, to my horror, that my wedding band was gone. I was very sad and I knew my wife would be when I told her. When you lose something so small like that in an ocean you don’t expect to ever see it again. My wife was very sad and I could tell she assumed it was gone forever too. We stood on the shore for about ten minutes to see if it had washed up, but deep down we knew it would be impossible to find, so we went home. Over the next few days we talked about how we would save to pay for a new ring while I was deployed. We were both devastated though because the sentimental value of the ring would forever be gone…..
Then my wife found John Hughes on TheRingFinders.com. We had just put the kids to sleep on Wednesday night (four days since the ring was lost) and unbeknownst to me, my wife had come across an ad on a local resale page for John’s website. She thought it was a weird coincidence and after looking at the website she emailed John. I don’t think either of us really expected anything to come from the email, but my wife is a woman of faith.
John called me the next day and asked me all about the ring, where I lost it, and other important details. We met with him and his partner, Curtis, on Thursday evening at Carlsbad Beach. John told us that he had a good feeling about finding the ring and that he and Curtis would be searching all night. We were so impressed that these strangers were so willing to help us even just look for the ring. Then to our complete surprise and elation, John called the next morning to inform me that he had found my ring!! It was such a wonderful and happy day. John and Curtis had managed to take on the ocean and give me back such a special possession of mine. We are so truly thankful for their help. These great men even declined our offer to tip them. There are still great people in this world, and John and Curtis are two of those people. Even an ocean can’t stand in the way of true love. 😉