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Wedding Band lost and found at Lakeshore beach, Sandbanks Ontario

Received a text message from Steve late last Wednesday evening about him loosing his white and yellow gold wedding band at Lakeshore beach in Sandbanks while on vacation. He wasn’t quite sure if he had lost the ring on the beach or while tossing a football with his friends in about 2 1/2 feet of water. After a quick preliminary check around the picnic table they were at, it was time to change into water gear and grab my other metal detector and head into the water as it was nearly dark outside. 20 minutes later or so, found his ring and proceeded to walk back to the picnic table where Steve was anxiously waiting. I mentioned to him that I was tired, as I had spent over 4 hours in the water, searching for another ring prior to arriving for his search but reassured him that I should be able to easily find it for him in the morning. I asked him again what his ring looked like and he mentioned, while looking at my ring, that they were very similar. As he said that, I pulled out his ring, placed it next to mine and said that they do look very similar. His surprise and shock that we were able to find his ring, especially this late in the evening and wavy conditions, was priceless. Another happy recovery.

Wedding ring found at Buffler’s beach Ontario

Met Pam over Facebook yesterday due to her having lost her wedding ring while at Buffler’s beach near Pickering Ontario. While tossing a ball back and forth with her husband, while in the water, her ring fell off her finger and sank straight for the bottom. With water visibility being extremely poor, they weren’t able to locate the ring. Unfortunately, Pam and her husband had to work today and could not accompany me to the beach. However, with the help of Google Earth and a couple of video calls while at the beach, I was able to narrow down the search area and after a couple hours, found her beautiful ring. I was a bit worried, due to other metal detectorists, since the ring went missing on Saturday, and had been in the water for a couple days. Pam and her husband were extremely happy and so was I to reunite them with her wedding ring.

Large gold cross found and returned in tiny beaches ontario

  • from Barrie (Ontario, Canada)

Aug 25 2020

Ring finders Lost Cross returned

 

I received a call last night from Frank, he was calling for Tony the man who lost his cross while playing beach bocce ball at his friends place in Tiny beaches.

He explained it fell off the chain while playing bocce ball so they picked up a metal detector and tried to find it yesterday themselves with no luck and decided to give me a call to see if I could help.  It was late and dark already when they called so I agreed to meet Tony at 8am the next morning as its important to search for the object before it becomes stepped on or found by a passerby.

I arrived 8am the following morning and went to work gridding the area where he said he had lost it.  After an hour of gridding the beach sand I happily handed the cross back to a very happy gentleman.   Felt great to make such a great return, the cross is a beautiful example of craftsmanship.  Very successful search to add to the books.  What a beautiful cross.  Great meeting you guys. 🙂

Another awesome return, and

Large cross located and returned to very happy owner

great people too

Ted Gaudet