Had an opportunity to go out Wednesday and brought my oldest son and my 5-year old daughter. It was absolutely beautiful out. Ended up digging a total of 5 holes; started one for my son (he pulled out a Young American Liniment bottle and a nice 1870's ketchup bottle) and 4 myself. Unfortunately only one of the holes I dug turned up anything...managed to find a Galveston pharmacy bottle (cracked) and the prize of the day...a nice Lone Star Bottling bottle...the FFF stands for Frederick F. Fischer who had a bottling works in Galveston and one in Alvin, Texas before he lost it all to gambling and womanizing. His bottles are tough to find and this was an example my son did not yet have in his collection so he was very excited. Looking at my records, the last Fischer bottle I had found was in 2016. I also dug the wooden carved pipe bowl shown; it is cracked across the bowl and I'm not sure how it is going to dry but hopefully it will stay together at least. Wood artifacts are so hard to preserve. I hope everyone has a Happy Holidays!