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Digging in Norway & Kurland

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    That Gebirgsjäger boot could do with some loving care..

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    Yeah. I would love to know the mileage on it

    Instead of spending the warm and sunny day in a hammock I went to the forest to give the detector a stroll and to check up on some blueberries. Many hours later I came out of the forest with a backpack full of stuff


    Full report---->>> THE PAINTERS PIT - HOBBYHISTORICA
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    Its been some exhausting last few digs, but that have resulted in some nice finds and improved stamina. Today I found a whole bunch of Notek lamps

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    Yesterday the clouds opened all their faucets, but I went out there to soak and to hunt for some rust..and I found,, helmets, and a medal, the stuff dreams are made from

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    The scenery alone is breathtaking, a truely relaxing place to dig and find all kinds of relics.

    How long can you continue for this season?

    When do the days become too dark/cold to stay out in the open?

    What's that orange detector?

    Can it be used under water?

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    The days are growing shorter now, it gets dark around 21. Here north it is difficult to predict how long a season will last, can be early october or mid december. Then ofcourse the days are short The orange one is a Garrett pro-pointer AT, a pinpointer detector and it can be submerged

    I ve been busy lately making tea for the winter together with the Girlfriend, but earlier this week I snuk out for a day of searching

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    Cheers Inka, much appreciated.

    I might just invest in one...

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    It was a looong day in the woods today, but I made some very good finds, and even though my boots are still wet and my fingers sore from digging and prying loose rocks I hope to be out there again very soon

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    One day you are going to stumble upon a flooded bunker crammed with helmets.

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    Nice treasures have been found again.
    Now someone wise can tell us which object brother Inka has dug up

    "That thing on the left is a mystery. Not sure what metal it is but it is heavy, and the "cup" is filled with a wooden plug. Along the edge is four countersunk holes."

    https://www.hobbyhistorica.com/uploa...22328_orig.jpg


    I've seen one similar somewhere before and it was made of copper.

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