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This man deserves to have a ring of his own.
If a traveller lost his wedding ring at the very top of a New Hampshire mountain, and he was desperately reaching out for help, and posted in a Facebook group. Amazingly, one of the other hikers I was able to get the small piece of metal buried in the snow, and with the help of a metal detector.
Tom, Lately, found a lost wedding band with the help of a metal detector.
(Team Cheever, via AP)
Bill Giguere had worn his wedding band for three years, when he was lost in the course of hike a 10-mile loop trail, with a 4,000 m-high mountain in Manchester, N. H., WMUR 9 reported on Wednesday.
Determined to find the ring, and Giguere took to Facebook and explained the situation in a walk-in group, ask a colleague for help in finding the ring.
Tom, Lately saw the post, but don’t think that it is likely that the ring would be found.
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“I thought to myself:” There’s no way it’s a 10-mile-loop trail” Lately, told WMUR 9.
In spite of the low expectations, have Lately made their way to the mountain with his friend and fellow walker and Team Cheever. She took a metal detector with them, which ended up being a good call.
It is amazing to know that the metal detector is attracted to the impossible — they found the ring.
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Cheever said that the metal detector “chirped he,” and I think I found it, “and everyone’s like,” What? ” and he began to scratch in the snow. There it was, in a way.”
The ring was a success, go back to Giguere, much to his relief.
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The three men were given the opportunity to meet in person on Tuesday. With regards to finding the wedding band, and Lately said, “a Good middle of the Bill, with a little luck, a little bit of fate, and it all came together in that place.”