Lost Ring Reno Tahoe Michael Price Metal Detecting text ASAP to 316-200-4115 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
While on vacation in Kansas and teaching a friend the in and out of detecting, I was approached by a woman holding a dog, asking if I ever detected on people’s properties. I told her that, yes, given that we have permission, it is something we would do from time to time. She then asked if I would be willing to look for a lost brooch.
Well of course I was willing. I asked where and when it was lost and if she was available now. Turns out it was lost a decade past and was in the back yard of her house but never could be located. She had appts that day so we agreed to look for it in two days time.
Two days later I sent her a messaging letting her know I was back in town and was she ready to find her lost piece of jewelry. After meeting up with her I gathered the particulars about the piece, where and how it was lost.
Setting up my equipment I immediately got busy detecting and soon found some decent signals. Turns out she had another dog that loved chewing on metal objects so there were many of these ‘decent signals’.
Well, persistence pays off and in the end I was able to locate an object near the surface. Using a pinpointer I was able to determine that it was indeed a surface object and wiped the mud from what turned out to be her brooch. Unfortunately time had not been kind and the clasp had broken off as well as having a stone fall out Both were recovered as well and she intends to use it for something or get it repaired
She was delighted to say the least as, while not an expensive piece, it meant a lot to her. I wasn’t expecting to help find a lost piece on vacation but being in the right place at the right time turned out great for everyone.