Lost Wedding Band Found Tag | The Ring Finders

Wedding Band Lost in Bend, OR – Found and Returned by The Ring Finders

from Portland (Oregon, United States)
Contact: 1-509-365-8010

An email from KC (mom) started the ball rolling. Conversations, more info, and her excitement prompted my 3hr road trip to Bend, OR and the Deschutes River. Her son, Chase, took a quick dip in the river after a long hike on Mothers Day. After getting out of the river and within a couple hundred yards he realized his ring was missing. A backpack search, followed by backtracking failed to produce the ring; must be in the river and lost for good. KC found my info and I was there the following day. The river was flowing pretty good but there was great visibility and the surface was firm. The downside was the surface was firm, definitely not an easy scoop to sort targets. My process was to move the river rock and some soil with my scoop or foot and if the target didn’t move it was more than likely not the ring, to deep. A little more than 3hrs of searching finally netted the nearly new Zirconium wedding band; yes, Chase had only been married a few months. All were excited and very grateful – chalk-up another return and more smiles for The Ring Finders!

KC, thank you for contacting me. I thoroughly enjoyed meeting you, Chase, and and your co-worker Rick today… such a good day!

Platinum wedding band found in Erie, Colorado yard

from Denver (Colorado, United States)

David was out doing some yard work, back filling around a retaining wall and raking leaves, when he lost his platinum wedding bad. He rented a metal detector from a local store in an attempt to recover his ring. But like most novice detectorists, he didn’t have the necessary skills to find the ring.
David found my profile on The Ring Finders and called me for assistance. We set Thursday morning for my search. Upon my arrival David showed me around the yard and explained what he was doing that day. He then showed me the three bags of leaves that he collected the day his ring went missing. While looking over the bags he explained how used his hands to sweep the leaves into the bags.
David then left me to do my search while he ran to do some business. I grabbed my CTX and began my search starting with the bags of leaves. There were no signals in the bags of leaves so then began to search the back yard. Within a couple of minutes of starting that search my CTX gave a nice 12-15 reading and the pinpoint showed a depth of zero, I knew I had found David’s ring without even seeing it. When I parted the grass there sat David’s ring staring up at me. I placed my probe in the center of the ring, turned off my machine and waited for David to return. He was surprised and very happy to get his ring back. He wasn’t optimistic about me finding his ring due to the fact that had performed the search previously. Luckily I have the skills and tools to perform the tasks.

Ring recovered 10-19-2017

David’s ring hiding in the grass

Lost Wedding Ring, Found In Huge Snowpile In Killington VT

from Burlington (Vermont, United States)
Contact: 1-802-461-8359

Hi Folks,

Last night I received an email from someone who lost his platinum wedding band. He and his wife and several friends were up from New Jersey to enjoy a snowy wonderland at Killington, Vt. They had rented a chalet near the ski area for their vacation, but were returning home the very next day… explaining why the word “emergency!” was in his message. Earlier that day they were having some fun on top of a huge snowpile when he realized he had lost his ring. They tried hard to find it and had no luck. He was looking into renting a metal detector when he saw my listing on TheRingFinders website. So, I called him late that evening and said I could be there at 8:00 the next day.

This morning I met them there. They were extremely nice young people, and volunteered to help look. I brought 2 detectors and some shovels, they searched around the edges of the pile with one detector and I searched on top with the other. I figured if we couldn’t find it this way, that we would have to start shoveling and checking each layer with the detectors. Within only about 15 minutes my detector went off. There it was! The beautiful ring had been stepped on and pushed deep into the snow. We all were very happy to see it! Wish all hunts were this easy!!

I was prepared to search all day, but luck was on our side this time. If we hadn’t found it today, things would have gotten much more complicated if we had to wait until Spring. They would have been back home in NJ, and I would have had to get permission from the landlord, go back to Killington and pray that it was still there so I could recover it and mail it down to them.


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