My plan was to do this first field with the Union Jack method. All around the four edges then criss-cross from corner to corner, looking for any hot spots and really just to see what maybe around. Well, after doing the edges I think I only stopped to dig 3 signals, and that was trashy bits. Corners to corners was the same, hardly any signals to dig. After a few hours we realised we had a barren field here, really there that much trash either. We then tried the second field and that was the same. Never known fields to be so quiet, sometimes it was a pleasure to dig a bit of trash just to keep one's hand in.
So, after eight hours what did we find. Well, my detecting buddy did manage to winkle out a silver hammered coin the jammy git. That was earlier on and we thought we were in for a good hunt. I'll put up a pic of it once he takes one. He also had a couple of grot coins but nothing much else, but that Hammy made his day, would of made mine too.
Me, all I found was in the picture up there. The top first object might be a small coin weight, but I think I'm wishful thinking there. Second a watch winder, third maybe a small lead weight of some kind, and forth a buckle. Then we have six buttons and a grot penny. Boy I had to work for that little lot.
Still, was good to be out detecting and one of the greatest buzz's of this hobby is the anticipation of just what might come up.