I strolled around for a bit picking up signals and the area had to be the camps workshop. It was full of bolts, nuts, spark plugs and such rubbish. These low quality signals were all over the place so I moved towards the main camp area, looking for more dumping pits.
In a blown out "cellar" or bunker in the hillside I got lucky. Lots of signals, metal poking out, rolls of barbed wire, bottles and food tins strewn around. I opened up a little spot in one of the sides and had a small painted sign in my hand all of the sudden. In poor condition but it had a pointy end, white and blue with a red "T". Some digging later I started wondering if this had been a radio bunker. I was digging up lots of radio related bits, radio tubes, batteries, wires and cables, plugs and pieces of headphones and mics. I also found the front panel of a reciever or sender, lots of papers with some text visible, like a signallers log scheme. It looked to be in nice condition but crumbled and "melted" when touching it. I dug up two buttons, a standard uniform button and what I think is a WW1 Reichsmarine button. I made a few more cuts with the shovel and found a very nice box for the Druckzunder 35 and a fire extinguisher. One of the last things I picked out from the mud was a great little gem. Gustav Barthels "Little Wonder Torch", a miniature alcohol torch. Its handles had broken off but easy to replace should one want :)
I am hoping for better weather soon so it ll be a little more comfortable being outside because this dumping place is very interesting and I cant wait to get back here.
At home I hung all the gear for drying, cleaned myself and then the house. Hehe, it took me half an hour to carry all the war junk I had piled in the hallway downstairs to my work station, but now it is all clean and nice and the Girlfriend can return, any minute now I guess so I better start preparing her some good dinner:)
Have a nice weekend, enjoy it the best way possible :)