Hadn't really planned on digging today, and was just looking forward to being able to rest my shoulder, but Stephen rang mid-morning to see if I fancied another go at the project. As always I'm willing to dig at the drop of a hat so readily agreed.
We managed to shift a bit more of the capping this afternoon, the job being made much easier with two of us attacking it, and took it down some more. Only one find of note today, a surprisingly much older acid jar?? Unexpected in this layer of Second World War rubbish, it is a lovely crude item, with a fantastic globby lip. Will look nice with dried flowers or something similar in.
Stephen's first visit, and he's already wondering what on earth he's doing here:
The nice and crude "acid jar":