A Lost Wedding Ring Found in the Backyard Undergrowth! Before swimming, Kate removed her platinum wedding ring and placed it on a poolside table for safekeeping. Her big brown labrador knocked the table over and sent the ring flying. The night was spent with a flashlight searching the wooden deck and the shrubs below. Days went by and Kate continuously searched around the pool and the undergrowth below. She even resorted to purchasing a Harbor Freight metal detector, but still didn’t find the lost ring. Running out of options, Kate found my ring-finding service online and booked her search. I arrived and we retraced Kate’s steps from the day she lost the ring. I cleaned out the area under the deck and trimmed some of the tall brush to make the search a bit easier. After about an hour I found the ring in the undergrowth pressed into the soil. The ring bounced off the deck, through the railing landed a couple of feet into the shrubs. Kate was finally reunited with her lost wedding ring!
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