Wedding Band Lost on the North Shore is Found!
It was just after noon on a Saturday afternoon when I got a call from Theresa who was sounding a little desperate. Her fiance’s (Glenn) ring had been dropped and lost in the soft sands of a North Shore beach. She had been trying desperately to get in touch with a RingFinder knowing that the longer the ring remains missing the harder it would be to find. I explained that I live on the complete opposite side of the island and it would take at least 90 minutes to drive to the location and wouldn’t she prefer someone closer? After some back and forth about time where to meet it became clear that if I didn’t find that ring today no one was going to help out this lady. So I bit the bullet, so to speak, and headed to the North Shore of Oahu. Almost two hours later do to extreme traffic on the North Shore we met up at the entrance to this secluded beach. Truthfully I would have never known it was there unless Theresa and Glenn showed me where is was. Theresa showed me the areas they had been sitting and I began gridding the area. There was a lot of trash in these sands and it took a while to search the area and dig up all the targets to make sure we’re not missing the grand prize. After about 40 minutes searching a small area with no luck Theresa suggested that I should try the area near the entrance to the beach. Two minutes in a got a strong signal on the Equinox a solid 17, which I usually associate with a bottle cap I dug the target and there bouncing in the scoop was a heavy beautiful Men’s wedding band with a Koa Wood inlay. I don’t think I’ve seen two happier and relived people.
I wish the two of them happyness and prosperity in their upcoming wedding. Aloha