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Digging in Norway & Kurland

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    A razor sharpener...well who knew. You learn something every day.

    Your photography and composition continues to be superb.

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    Thank you so much, Versuch

    Yesterday we took a long shift in the dumping ditch, we were hoping for lots of lids, but this time we got no such deals, only a lot of other stuff

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    Full report here--->> DITCH DIGGERS - HOBBYHISTORICA
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    Summery days here North makes for not so much digging as I could wish for, but truly summery days are rare here north so I ll rather spend them relaxing and enjoying than fighting off hordes of bugs, sweating over some pit in the heated forest,,but, there has been a few trips made when the temps werent the highest

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    Love the cigarette holder Inka.

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    Yup, me too, a great little find!

    Some people pick Edelweiss badges, while others pick wires and nails..

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    Today I will share one of the Girlfriends expeditions She made a trek up a mountain, to a place called "Bunker Hill" that was part of the Wehrmachts "Lyngen Line", which was built to stop the expected Red Army advance into Northern Norway. Lots of nice pics in this one

    Full report-->> BUNKER HILL - HOBBYHISTORICA
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    Last edited by inka; 07-07-2023 at 07:09 PM. Reason: link keeps disappearing
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    Beautiful photos from your girl Inka. It's difficult to imagine the hardship of combat here in the winter against the tranquility of these images.

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    Seems a very lonely place to me, lovely views though.

    Should imagine it to be quite spooky at night..

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    This week a collapsed tree let me complete a dumping pit I had to give up finishing a few years ago when the tree and its roots blocked further digging. Now the job is done

    Full report-->> UNDER A ROOT - HOBBYHISTORICA
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    Fantastic bits and pieces. Wonder what they used that sardine looking tin for?
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    My greatest fear is that one day I will die and my wife will sell my guns for what I told her I paid for them

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