The dumping pit was full of broken glass, and it was deep, so when she came back several hours later I had become a mole and sat underground trying to pry loose the last relics from the bottom of the pit. Medical bottles seemed to be the theme today as I pulled out 14-15 intact ones, four of them some nice "Aether Pro Narcosi" (Ether for narcosis") bottles. A few reagens tubes, a whole bunch of both glass- and metal tablet tubes and a few lab bottles and jars. I found a very deteriorated Heer buckle, but after cleaning it up later it looks good enough so that I can use it for some artsy diorama project. A nice spoon with both the German eagle and a name engraved found its way to the pile together with a K98 cleaning kit, a field torch and some rusted surgical tools. Gaming pieces kept coming out from the soil and charcoal, many of them melted together which was pretty cool I think. I also found several surgical steel syringe needles, one of them found its way through my glove and embedded itself under my fingernail for a very painful moment. Luckily that happened when I had reached the last few inches of the pit so it was a perfect time to call it quits and get back home to find the disinfectants and later clean some of the finds.
Happy Days and may summer last forever! :)