BRADFORD EXCHANGE WEDDING RINGS – They are looking for needle honey.Only Captain Nick Barsa, owner of charter Lock-N-Load, to rent Belmar, had to find an alliance that had lost his friend Jay Bradford on the seabed.
“He has always said that he could baptize passion, but he would not give up money because he was about a quarter, so I say he can put anchor” Bradord said in a broad smile. sight
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Bradford, 27, Point Pleasant and Barsa have long been friends. When Bradford does not work with the tugs, he helps Bars set their position. This work requires that you work your hands to cut the bait, cut the fishing nets, separate the fishing lines and the anchor.
Love the sea
Friday December 12 Barsa was a charter red fish, a kind of land that lives in caves of the seabed. It was a frustrating day when the fish could not cope. Barsa has sent Bradford several times to collect the anchors so they can move to a new country.
Behind the day, Bradford’s wedding band dropped to the sea when it was anchored.”My hand touched the slope behind, and the ring became my ankle, wiped the ring, hit the bar and dropped into the water,” Bradford said.Season for lovers in black fish.
He looked at the ring in the Davey Jones cabinet, shining like a spring blown up. He gave the same feeling to the abdominal cavity.”He sent me a text message saying his day was wrong and I said, ‘Do not worry, you’ll find the fish,’ said the wife, Meagan Bradford, 29 when I pulled into the water, I was almost relieved. ”
Bradford married SUNY Maritime University on June 19th. Meagan offered his man a tungsten ring, because the goldsmith said the metal was not dead at work.
It did not mean that it could not be lost at sea.”I was not worried about the cost of tires, I was more concerned about what it meant and what it symbolized,” he said.
Diving finds a tire.
When the ring had disappeared, Barsa called a diver Mark Thompson, who was the owner of diving and rescue in Sea Bright.
“People thought that when I wanted to come back was crazy, there’s a good chance not to find it, it’s a big ocean,” Barsa said.
His passage of the ship helped her find a place she had stored in her worldwide tracking system. The strip is marked on the card.
Four days later they returned to the scene, a fresh stone 33 meters from Long Branch. But Barsan should be on the anchor so Thompson could hope to get back.
West winds 35 km / h and heavy wrinkles southeast made it worse and started the ship. Barsa had to ride a boat several times when the bow was in the right place.”He put the bowl to the bottom,” Thompson said.
Thompson is a full-time diver and has experience in finding missing items. His curriculum includes mobile phones and lost bells. It took only 10 minutes to combine Bradford and his tire.
The Thompson method was to throw metal strips into the water to create a path that leads to the lost treasure. He picked up rocks and searched for thousands of bullets with an underwater lamp.
Visibility, he said, was smaller than the bottom of the sea, but fortunately the ring was not slippery.
“I went swimming”. I continued popcorn and took metal plates, and then I saw this ring resting on the cliff, “Thompson said.Capt. NICK BARSA)
I got up
“When they noticed I was excited, I was surprised, I could not be grateful (Barsa and Thompson) because I did everything I could to do to me, Nick, Nick, Captain Nicholas in the season because these two Christmas miracles were made to restore this ring,” said Meagan Bradford .
Jay Bradford probably told me to go net and cheap with a metal bracelet or a rubber ring when they came in the ocean.
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