Next I went a few kilometers further in to the forest where I was going to try locate the site of three-four barracks I knew should be there somewhere. On the way there I checked the occasional signal picked up by the Fisher F5 and I kept looking at the birch trees for the Chaga mushroom which makes an exellent and super healthy tea, and I did find a few chuncks of it. I reached the hillside and began looking around for the barrack foundations and soon the detector began giving of some signals again. Over a few hundred meters I picked up a whole bunch of German 5 cm mortar tail fins, a few of their fuses and lots of shrapnel and fragments from them. I wonder whats been going on there as I don`t think this site saw any fighting.. Another half kilometer of strolling and I found the site with the barracks and began searching around them. Here were lots of signals. Mostly nails, food tins and bits from cast iron ovens. Near a large rock I found a Zeiler field torch and not too far from it a very nice looking MG34 cradle!! Together with the cradle was a bolt of some kind, long, spiked in one end and the other end machined to perfectly fit into the cradle, prehaps some trench-/field mount set up.
I spent some hours around here digging signals and hoping to find a dumping pit or two but when heavy rain moved in I had not had much more luck. I had found some small items like belt support hooks, an Esbit burner, an Odol mouthwash bottle and Odol toothpast tube, a Norwegian coin, a 4711 bottle and a pair of Gebirgsjäger ski goggles.
The rain didn`t make any signs of stopping so when I was wet all the way through I gave in and started my little journey back to the car, but I am going back here pretty soon as there is more rust to find and lots of blueberries to pick:)