About searching for war relics
I think that many digging lovers sooner or later start thinking about digging at the places of the military operations, for example, of the World War II times. But before you start digging, I’d offer you to learn couple easy rules.
It’s better to dig with a shovel with a long handle, otherwise, if you dig with a short-handled shovel, you can spend really long time opening a next trench, and after that suffer from a really achy back. For the advanced diggers – you can dig the blindage for the several days in a row, to get sure you took out all the soldiers’ remains and things and don’t leave the work incomplete.
If you’re digging out a large thing, it’s better to dig along all its dimensions, otherwise you can spoil the helmet or bend the weapon’s trunk, if you, euphoric and full of adrenaline due to finding the relic, just pull its edge and break it.
It’s better not to touch the different ammunition and anything explosive. The main rule is: “Don’t touch it, and it will not touch you”.
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