In the forest with the vehicle bits I found a few smaller car parts, a few rifle cleaning kits, some tools, a sad looking Notek lamp and lots of other rubbish. Two interesting finds from there was a MP38/40 magazine in great condition and some kind of painters/chemical worker gasmask.
In the Heer camp I did not have much luck until the last half hour before darkness fell, when I found the interesting part of the camp area where all the relics apparently are growing. On the surface I could see several barrack ovens, barrells, rusted fuels cans and barbed wire. In that patch of the forest I found a few M24 potatomashers screwcaps, K98 rounds, a rotted gasmask, a 10.5 cm LiG (Leichte Infanterie Geschutz) casing and a large curved Madsen machine gun magazine. This will be a very interesting place to search thoroughly next season.
On the site of the POW camp I first went with the landowner to check one of the old buildings on the farm and on the loft there we found some unused German cavalry straps with nice markings, a field kitchen ladle and a Colt MG ammo band made of cloth, great little finds. I serached the field for a few hours with little luck, but when I moved onto the slope on the side of the field the detector began making lots of noises. It was obvious that the camp had been cleared by bulldozing stuff off the side of the field. Here I found a German canteen cup, a losantine box, the bottom part of an orange bakelite fat container, a few axe heads, some crushed stoves, a German uniform button, a couple of wooden shoe soles, food tins, horse equipment and the lid of a trench-art cigarett case. This piece was very interesting, it had engraved a reindeer and a sun, and "Nordkapp 1944" but it also had some strange stuff engraved which I really wonder why he engraved on the lid; "26-4", "5+9", "14-8", "9" and "38km". The only things I could find that could possibly be from Russian POWs were the wooden soles and the roughly made rests of a knife handle..
At this point it really looks like King Winter is coming to stay, the temperature has dropped to below zero Celsius and the rain has turned into snow, that said I might make a very last trip out on Sunday/Monday but that really depends on how the weather develops. I am of course still hoping for a miracle and that December will be all rain and plus degrees :D
Anyway,have a great weekend and a pleasant winter ;)