As I arrived there workers was driving around on their big earthmovers messing up the forest and I asked them where it was safe for me to go with my metaldetector and they pointed to a section I could be. I don`t know if they knew where to send me, but I instantly had a good signal by a rock filling next to the road. I just had to strip away some moss and start removing rocks. The signal I had was a spoon, several food tins and a tiny plate,prehaps a ashtray. Then broken bottles and bits of porcelain came out from under the rocks. I love porcelain so I searched for any stamps or markings and when I saw it was marked I collected all the bits I could find and threw them in my bag.
When the workers began to pack up for the day, trekkers started to walk past me, it is a popular trekking area, so I decided to close the dig and wait for another day to come back and just as I did that I spotted a pointy metal thingie under a rock, there was a very nice little visor cap eagle and next to it was a tiny red amber dice! Some very good finds at the end of the dig. Driving home I made a stop at a place I knew there had been a camp for german troops so I could make a small recce sweep with the Fisher F5. Didn`t find anything special here but it is also a place to return to next spring.