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Lost Ring Found at Orange County, CA. Beach.. by MetalDetectorMan

  • from Newport Beach (California, United States)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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*** Karla lost her engagement ring in the sand while playing with her daughter. After returning home she found my contact information while doing a google search.

She called me saying the loss happened at Balboa Beach. She didn’t know the street or lifeguard tower. I asked her to check photos. After checking photos, she told me it was lifeguard tower #10.  I was ready to roll to the location because it’s close to where I live. She sent me the photo.

When I received the photo of the lifeguard tower, could see tower #10, but it was not Balboa Beach. It was Huntington City Beach ( 10 miles away from  Balboa)  Glad I asked for the photo.

The photo had the buildings in the background. Also trash cans that gave me perfect landmarks to help me begin a grid search. The ring showed up shortly after starting the search. 

I was able to mail the ring to Karla because she could not drive to pick up her ring.. 

 

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Lost Wedding Ring at Laguna Beach, CA. near Firepit in the Sand .. Found and Returned before Beach Closed

  • from Newport Beach (California, United States)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Late Wednesday evening I received a call from Tim who was with his wife, Nicole at one of the beaches in Laguna Beach, CA. His Tungsten wedding ring had come off his finger while sitting around a fire pit on the sand. They heard it hit the side of the cement fire pit.

It was just about a half hour before the beach and the parking lot closed. Except for the possibility of a lot of metal trash in the search area, I felt it was worth a try to attempt a search even if we only had 10 or 15 minutes before the beach closed. 

When I arrive, Tim and Nicole were the only people in the parking lot. We took a few minutes to go over moment of when the ring came off his finger. I turned on my detector, backing off to get a few test swings in before getting in the zone. As I expected there were many ferrous iron signals (mostly nails).  A few more swings of my search coil and I heard a tone with a good ID number that turned up the very sentimental wedding band in my sand scoop.

Nicole broke out in tears and Tim was also very emotional. 

I was glad that I was able to get to the site of the loss before the next morning. This beach is a favorite location for some hobby detectorists to hit before going to work, especially in the summer. I’m sure it would not of been there the next day. Most Detectirist will return sentimental rings, the problem is finding the person who lost the ring.. Maybe someday there will be an app for that..

 

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