On our way towards the dumping pit I checked every signal, but other than a pair of horseshoe bundles we only found a mystery part I suspect might be from a vehicle and some nails and barrell bands.
The dumping pit was a rather quick affair and yielded nothing more but a bottle and a spoon and fork. In the middle of the forest road we checked a great signal, and ca 10 cm below the surface we found a barrack stove. We didn`t dig it out, but will do that one of the next days I think, unless the winter hits hard before we get to it.
We moved further into the forest, a section of it I ve never really searched. We discovered a large civillian post-war garbage fill which might be worth investigating further another day as it might be dumped atop a german fill.
A few hundred meter deeper into the forest we saw some metal scattered around some trees. I got excited and ran over to it, and pulled some of them out from the half frozen grass. I am still not sure what they are from but I believe they might belong to some German vehicles, and some of them had bullet holes!! In the surrounding area it was alot of signals, but the only one we had time to check before heading home for dinner was some rubbish from the 1960s. Definately looking forward to have a closer look at this patch of the forest, hopefully the winter will wait another month :)