Lost White Gold wedding rings Moose Jaw Saskatchewan
I woke up at 7:00 in the morning to a 4am text from a young lady who asked if I could help her find her lost ring… She told me the ring fell off her finger and went over her raised deck. After reading her texts I had a gut feeling that this ring had been thrown.
After arriving to the location and meeting her and as she was describing the area where she thought the ring was lost she told me that she got mad and threw the ring at her husband. This happens more than you know, the only thing is not many people don’t want to talk about it …
She opened up and told me that she got mad and in the heat of the argument threw her ring at the glass table top beside her husband. She then turn and went it the house the husband told her the ring was missing and went to bed. Distraught she spent the night looking in the dark for it, and she found the ring finders and contacted me by a text.
The deck had a four foot wide hedge of bushes around it and most of it about five feet higher than deck rail. After a 5 hour search of the yard and thick brush area around the deck I didn’t find the ring and had to head to work, I told her I would return the next morning and search the tops of trees and bushes surrounding the deck after work. At about 8pm that same day she text me and said they found the ring stuck in the top of one bigger trees behind the table.
She thanked me for my time and support. I was just happy that she was able to find it.