The first of the dumping pits had the most stuff in it, it was quite deep and I pulled out several zink buckets , a few frying pans and a large cheesegrinder from a fieldkitchen . I found a orange bakelite butter box, a lighter and a finger scale. Almost on the bottom I saw a large silvery item. It was a Soviet 1 Rouble coin from 1924, a real nice find! On the very bottom I pryed loose a large copper kettle and two pioneer axes. I filled back the pit and went hunting for more. On a tiny plateau I found a trench line with several barrack ovens poking out and next to the line a small pit with bottles sticking out. It started to get late so I dug the pit, letting the trenchline wait for another day. Here I found a few Finnish coins, some perfume bottles, a Göffel, a shaving mirror and three razors, one steel, one bakelite and one in silver. I also found a sppon which I first thought was copper, but it had laid next to some copper wire and got the color from that, coz when I brushed it a bit I saw the nice silver color underneath.
I was tempted to start digging the trenchline but there was no more room in my backpack and probably not much energy left in me.