Wedding Ring set Found in the ocean and Reunited 6 days Later to the happy owner!
This first started out after We had a Ringfinders Meeting at a neighboring beach,I noticed an add online about a Women who lost a Ring at a beach and she was hoping an honest person found it. My Good buddy John Hughes from The Ringfinders emailed Her right away and days later she Contacted Us.
Many variables and some doubts concerning This situation because these rings could of been what detectorist call “eyeball Find” Not buried in the sand and Easily to see & pick up after it was lost! ? Staying optimistic as always I met John at solana beach the first low tide after talking to Lisa From Utah who also had hope it could still be buried in the Wet sand. 13 minutes into the hunt a person tells us A metal detectorist was there 2 days ago…Dang..It could be GONE 4 EVER ??? But No matter, Process of elimination,I kept on swinging..Then..Mmmmm BeeeP.. Crystal clear ring sound On my P.I metal detector and there was the 1st ring white gold band 2″ deep …35 feet later I hit the mother load:) Lisa’s Big diamond ring was 6″ deep in wet sand and now in my scoop!
We then contacted Lisa and her Father and Met At lunch time,she put her rings back on after 6 days of being consumed by the ocean and the Positive energy of giving back was electrifying! I hope this story Will help you or others Who have lost their Precious/Sentimental Metals.
My Investment In metal Detectors is a Gift that keeps on Giving. 😉
Engagement ring found buried in the sand by two professional Ringfinders.
Encinitas ca, Monday 5/16/15 I received a text From John Hughes My Good friend from TheRingfinders and said he needed help on a search and the large diamond ring had a very small and thin platinum band with very little metal also the couple rented metal detector two days ago when the wind blew there seat and umbrella fell many feet over with the Ring in the cup holder.
I’m thinking to myself.. (Wow)..I just helped and returned with John Hughes a Diamond ring this morning to a happy couple and Sentimental story to tell that day..Then I texted John (on my way 15 min E.T.A) see you there. When I arrived I had noticed the husband with a rented metal detector Griding and swinging like a pro.However 3 different detector machines had scanned the small beach and short area where it was lost so walking down the long steep trail path I was observing and losing a little hope but Knew I had My Garrett infinium L.S. Pulse induction machine wich is very sensitive to deep and small gold in the most roughest & mineralized conditions.
I began cross griding a 30’x30′ area for 15 minutes when John turns his machine off said keep going that away and he walked over to Scott With his soon to be Wife Mrs. Ozuna.
15 seconds later I get a faint high/low ring sound in the gold range,scooped..and OMG no way! I instantly was laughing in Joy Looking at the 3 of them hysterically like I won the lottery and Made a miracle actually happen.They ran over and after hugs,Tears and relief we could all hear the local and friendly crowd above beacons beach cheering as the sun was setting.The Most amazing day for us ALL.Thank you You all out there Who got to share this wonderful Moment on the news channel.