Lost Wedding Ring Found in Surf at San Clemente, CA. .. Returned to Grateful Owners
Bill and his a family were enjoying the day at San Clemente State Beach. Bill handed his wedding ring to his wife, Taylor for safe keeping. Then went for a swim in the ocean.
Taylor was busy playing with their young children on the beach. She had put Bill’s ring on her finger as she had done many times before without any problems. Sometime during the next couple hours the ring that Taylor was guarding on her finger slipped off into the sand.
When I got to the area where they had spent most of the day, we decided that the most likely place for the ring to be was under the umbrella and main play zone. I started the grid search there. I hadn’t finished that location when Taylor said she did take the kids 40 ft. down the slope into the shallow water for a few minutes. Tide was rising, so I changed my plan and went to the waters edge. The incoming waves were just over my ankles when I got a good signal. Put the scoop in the sand and pulled out Bill’s white gold wedding band.
Success and another ring that was returned to a very nice couple who were very appreciative and happy to have found TheRingFinders website.
If you lose something in the dry sand, mark the area and get landmarks that will help you return to the general area. Call a metal detector expert from TheRingFinders ASAP. Some beaches get daily sand cleaning machines that may end up claiming your valuable before we have a chance to find it with a metal detector. We want to optimize our chances of finding your sentimental keepsake. Timing is important. I am listed at the following locations, Newport Beach, Laguna Beach, Crystal Cove, Corona Delmar, Balboa Beach, Huntington Beach, Bolsa Chica State Beach, Huntington State Beach, Costa Mesa, San Clemente, Dana Point, Aliso Beach, Seal Beach, Long Beach, Venice Beach, Santa Monica, Malibu, Paradise Cove, LosAngeles, Anaheim, Garden Grove, Irvine, Santa Ana, Mission Viejo, including all of Orange and LA counties.
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