I received a call from a woman asking for my help finding her wedding ring she had lost in the park while playing with her toddler the previous day. After arriving at the park and walking the area where she was playing I fired up my metal detector and began my search. Only minutes later I got a nice signal and as I looked down on the ground I could see part of the ring exposed underneath some mulch. She was so happy as I called her over and pointed it out.
Another Happy Customer!
I received a call from Carol requesting my service to find her car keys lost in the tall grass at Hermitage Park. Carol told me how she lost her keys while cutting across green space the grass is about three feet high and very dense which made it hard for her to locate her keys.
Carol and her friend had spent several hours searching with no luck. It was apparent that the keys had to be found because they were the only keys she had for her car and her car was in the parking lot which she would have had a hefty towing bill plus a new set of keys and we all know how costly that could be.
When I met up with Carol she showed me the location where she thought the keys could be. The area was approximately 250’ x 100’ feet of tall vegetation so I was able to follow the trampled path which Carol told me she had taken.
After three and a half hours Carol conceded that her keys could not be found or someone had picked them up. Carol said she was going home, I told her I would continue to search and after about 15 minutes I found her keys outside the search area. I called Carol to tell her the good news.
I must say this search was one of the hardest I’ve done in years and the moral of the story is never give up until you have exhausted all your search area.
Another happy client.