Metal Detecting English Bay Beach for lost Silver Native Bracelet and Silver Ring
Another night hunt, two in a row…I was at work when I received a call from a young lady who lost her silver native bracelet and silver ring at English Bay Beach in Vancouver.
She tells me that she was enjoying the beach with her son on one of our hottest days of the year, she took off her jewellery to put some suntan lotion on and placed it on the blanket.
When she was ready to head home she picks up the blanket and shakes off the sand not remembering that her bracelet and ring was on it…
An hour and a half goes by and she realizes that she hasn’t got her cherished jewellery, the bracelet was given to her 28 years ago by her father and the ring she had for 20 years.
Needless to say she was devastated, she went back to the beach and searched but did not find what she was looking for…
With the help of the lifeguards that saw her searching the beach she contacted me, I came out after work at around 11:15 pm and she showed me the area.
I received a couple of signals and this got her so excited but unfortunately it was just some beer caps. I finished the grid search of the area then started to expand the grid when I received another signal.
I slowly dug the sand with scoop and as I lifted it out from the sand I could see silver and at that moment I heard her scream! There in my sand scoop was both ring and bracelet!
I was hugged and thanked as she was very grateful that she had her jewellery back.
I love my job!
Call me ASAP!
Chris Turner 778-838-Find(3463)
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