Tom and Stefanie were visiting friends at cottage on Lake Ontario near Brighton for the past few days. Unfortunately, shortly after arriving last Friday, Tom lost his gold wedding ring while tossing a ball in the water. After spending numerous hours looking for the ring with their friends, they had pretty much given up hopes of ever seeing the ring again. With a bit of searching online, they found me on the ring finders website and asked me if I could come out and look for the ring even though they had already left for home. Fortunately, the owner of the cottage, Kevin, was still there and graciously allowed me access to search for the missing ring. My biggest concern with this search was that the ring was lost five days ago and we had substantial winds/waves the past few days. This makes sandbars move quite a bit and can easily bury an item so deep that a metal detector may not pick up the signal. Well, Tom is a lucky man. After 4 1/2 hours of searching, I picked up a faint signal, about 10 inches deep, which ended up being his beautiful ring. Another happy ending.
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Thank you so much for your help Stephane. Without you, it never would have been found. I thought I would have found it by skimming the water with goggles, looking at the surface. I never would have guessed that it had gone 10 inches below the sand. Very happy with this service and will be recommending you to everyone I come across across that has lost a ring
Hey Tom and Stef, so happy I was able to find the ring for you. And yes, waves and wind will bury a ring, especially after 5 days being in the water. Thank you for the kind comments.
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