Metal Detector Specialist For Hire Alberta Tag | The Ring Finders

Lost Wedding Ring While Hunting In Parkland County, Alberta

from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)
Contact: 1-780-497-2118

   

I received a call from Steve on Saturday asking for my assistance to locate his white gold ring which had been lost in the bush while hunting.  Steve explained that while he was driving out of the bush he got his truck stuck axel deep in muskeg, and had to be pulled out by the landowner.  When he realized his ring was missing  he went back home to get a metal detector.  Steve checked the location he thought the ring was in and after a couple of hours he gave up. He searched the internet on how to find rings and came upon my article in a newspaper and gave me a call.

Since the ring was lost on private land I told Steve I required permission to search his land.  Yesterday we got the ok to search, but in the mean time it had rained and snowed and the temperature had dropped to -28 Celsius over night.  I told Steve I would meet him in the afternoon as the weather was supposed to warm up to -7 Celsius.

When I met up with Steve at the location where he thought the ring was lost I was glad it had snowed the night before as it gave me an advantage to locate the ring.  I was able to track my foot steps and after about 2 hrs of searching the area with no luck Steve was getting very discouraged  and thought  the ring may have been carried away by his truck tires  somewhere else,  and that it  was pointless continuing the search.  I told Steve that he gives up to soon and told him that  if the ring is near, I will find it.

As dusk was fast approaching,  again Steve wanted to call it quits.  I told him I would get my other detector and do a quick search of the area.  I asked Steve to recall the last time he saw his ring and he told me that he had his hand in the mud and had shaken  his hand near the rear tire.

I expanded my search to about 20 feet from where the truck had been stuck, and heard Steve say ” it’s not here”,  then I heard the sweet tone of my detector!  The expression on Steve’s face was unbelievable.   He was so grateful to have his ring back on his finger.

Thank you Steve.

 

 

Lost GoPro Camera @ Camp Yowochas Fallis, Alberta.

from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)
Contact: 1-780-497-2118

 

 

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Received an email from Tyng on Saturday requiring my assistance to locate his Gopro camera while on a three day retreat at camp Yowochas with his grade six students he was supervising,

Tyng was available to go on Sunday I agreed to assist him, Tyng picked me up at 7am we headed out 50 miles west of Edmonton to the camp we arrived the weather was not at all in our favor Rain and Cold Brrrrrrr.

We had to walk about ½ mile through the bush into an open field Tyng showed me the area that they were playing hide and seek in tall grass I must say the area that he thought the camera was lost created a huge challenge to swing my detector.

After about two hours out in the tall grass I was convinced that the camera was not in that area, Tyng was 110% sure that was the area he lost the camera, I told him lets back track to the last known location which was at the other end of the field where the grass was shorter they all sat down in a circle and talked about their time at the camp then they left the field.  

Within 15 minutes I heard a loud scream Tyng found his go pro in the area I suggested he was ecstatic to have the camera back with all the pictures and videos he had taken while on the three day retreat with his students.

Another happy client thank you Tyng for entrusting me to find your GoPro also your generous reward.