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derek60
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Lost wedding ring

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Long shot, I know, but my wife lost her wedding ring today on our morning walk along the beach. About 6:15-7:15am. Between Ban Ginnon Condo and Soi 75.

If anyone comes across it please let me know.

Is there anywhere obvious people would take lost property in Hua Hin?
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derek60 wrote: Sun Nov 26, 2023 1:23 pm Long shot, I know, but my wife lost her wedding ring today on our morning walk along the beach. About 6:15-7:15am. Between Ban Ginnon Condo and Soi 75.

If anyone comes across it please let me know.

Is there anywhere obvious people would take lost property in Hua Hin?
Sorry can't help you, but losing a Wedding Ring is a horrible feeling. Mine was lost recently in hospital in the UK - in all fairness, the NHS have offered some money to cover the loss, but money isn't the issue. The LHG and I have been married for 23 years - it can't be replaced.

Unfortunately in your case, I can't see it be handed in even if it could be found. Far too late in the day of course, but anyone you know or on the Forum with a Metal Detector - hell, you never know!
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Re: Lost wedding ring

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pharvey wrote: Tue Dec 12, 2023 11:01 pm
derek60 wrote: Sun Nov 26, 2023 1:23 pm Long shot, I know, but my wife lost her wedding ring today on our morning walk along the beach. About 6:15-7:15am. Between Ban Ginnon Condo and Soi 75.

If anyone comes across it please let me know.

Is there anywhere obvious people would take lost property in Hua Hin?
Sorry can't help you, but losing a Wedding Ring is a horrible feeling. Mine was lost recently in hospital in the UK - in all fairness, the NHS have offered some money to cover the loss, but money isn't the issue. The LHG and I have been married for 23 years - it can't be replaced.

Unfortunately in your case, I can't see it be handed in even if it could be found. Far too late in the day of course, but anyone you know or on the Forum with a Metal Detector - hell, you never know!
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