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3000 DOLLAR RING FOUND

tarajudy

New member
So here I am on this beach when this young lady comes running over to me and says her daughter took her wedding ring to play with and lost it on this beach.
Well I looked at the beach it was about 200yards x 400. I said self no way could I ever find it. to make a long story short. after about an hour of tracing the little girls foot steps I found it.
I was more amazed then her mother was. (GARRETT AT PRO ZERO DIS ALL METAL)
 

bob.oz

Active member
Congrats on a good deed well done.....honestly, not enough credit is given to MDers that take the time to help out others when asked.:clapping:
 

GeorgeinSC

Well-known member
Outstanding Job. Now there are a couple more people that Know we are the "Good Guys".
 

Ground_Hog_MD

New member
Job well done ... the feeling it gives you to be able to return such an item to its owner
is priceless and worth more than the ring by far ... and the message it sends to those who hear of such deeds,
is priceless to our hobby ... again ... job well done ...
:thumbup:
 

mudpuppy

New member
WOW! Good job tracking that little girls steps, and finding that ring!:clapping:
Mud
 

lcdrn

New member
How wonderful, TaraJudy!!! I bet tracking that little girl's steps was something out of a Family Circus Cartoon!
 
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