How to find a ring in the sand Litchfield Beach Tag | The Ring Finders

Man’s Gold Wedding Band Found and Returned Litchfield Beach, SC.

  • from Myrtle Beach (South Carolina, United States)

I received a phone call from Brett Wednesday morning about his lost wedding band. He had lost his ring the afternoon before. I was on my way to a job site, so I told him I would meet him in a few hours. I asked him if he was in « the dog house ». « Maybe a little »!

Meeting up with Brett that afternoon, he explained his wedding band loss. He had taken his ring off to put on sun screen. He placed the gold band inside of the baby shade tent and had forgotten about it. At the end of the day they carried their belonging up to the beach house. As Brett was returning to the beach to retrieve the shade tent a gust of wind sent the tent tumbling down the beach. He caught up with the tent 40 yards away. This was when he remembered his wedding band. There were a couple families camped out inside the search area but a small space around the tent location was available to swing the coil. I was really hoping that the ring was in this 10 yard area. Right before I put my head phones on I asked Brett if he wanted to bet money on finding this ring in 10 minutes of less. « I like your confidence » was his reply. As I started the grid search Brett had gone over to the other people sitting under their shade canopy and was explaining to them what was going on. Only a minute and a half  had passed when I walked over to him and held out the sand scoop so he could pluck his wedding band from the bottom. Everybody present cheered in disbelief. I could see stress instantly come off of Brett’s shoulders as he placed the wedding band back on his finger. The same band that his wife Rochelle placed on his finger a few years before. Rochelle and family cheered from the balcony of the beach house as Brett held up his hand in a triumphant gesture.

Brett and Rochelle, thank you for your trust in The Ring Finders, and again for the generous reward.

Men’s Watch Found and Returned Litchfield Beach, SC

  • from Myrtle Beach (South Carolina, United States)

The last weekend in April is always a fun time for me. Every year my boys, my father and myself get together for the annual « Fry Boys Weekend ».  This includes camping, fishing and enjoying each other’s company. We spent the weekend close to home as we adventured to Huntington Beach State Park near Litchfield Beach.

On Friday afternoon, my youngest (26) and I went to the beach with metal detectors to start our weekend adventure. The wind was blowing down the beach at 30 plus knots which had the area void of most people. Surely they did not feel like being sand blasted. I got a great signal and found a man’s Victorinox watch just under the surface of the sand. The watch was clean and still running. I felt this to mean it was a pretty recent drop. The only man and woman sitting on the beach saw me recover this treasure. The lady came over to me and told me that an older couple had come down to the beach and seemed to be looking for something in the sand. She felt like maybe they were looking for this watch. Not knowing who the couple were or what they might look like, I tried to think about how I might find them among 100 plus camp sites. I thought about posting a note near the door of the Men’s Room (No Jokes Please) to see if the rightful owner might see it. Sure enough on Saturday afternoon a young lady, Allison, approached our camp site and asked if I was the person that had found her fathers watch. After asking her to describe the watch, I was happy to return it to it’s rightful owner. Without a call I still like to return things as it is the right thing to do.

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