I went on and the next one I dug was a big heavy piece. A trailer hitch part from a German vehicle, always great to find usable vehicle parts. For the next two hours I had again no finds but rubbish, and I turned and began strolling back to the car. On my way I saw a small dimple between some trees and thats always wise to check such places. The Fisher F5 screamed of excitement so I started digging. Here was a dumping pit! It took me a couple of hours to clear it and pulled out lots of bottles, some porcelain, a trench-art shotglass made from a Norwegian casing, a tablet box and a small bakelite container. The last items on the very bottom of the pit was a big surprise. Several silver items, two napkin holders and two jar/cup like things. One of the napkin rings was engraved with a Norwegian name "Einar" and "1906", the other "Solveig" and on the bottom of the jar thing it was engraved "Solveig Berge. Asker Apotek and dates from the 1920`s. Could it be something a soldier had stolen I wonder?? I guess we won`t know but I ll try find out about these names and see if I can find the family it belongs to.
It had been a great day, but it was time to get back home to eat and clean some of the finds.
Until next time, Keep Smiling :)