It's getting real hot here in Texas, but I only make it out once every two weeks so I try my best to keep digging through the summer. Sunday I made it out bright an early and probed a privy right off that sounded great. Sadly, though it was loaded with bottles, they were all junk...slick whiskey flasks and ketchup bottles...privy was just barely pre-prohibition. Filled that one in and found a second privy about 3' away (but across the lot line). This one was a bit of a different story...a late 1860's and early 1870's privy with at least 10 broken cathedral pickle bottles in it. Not much intact but I did find 2 umbrella inks, a fancy little cologne bottle, and a strange bottle that is identical to the C. Lediard 6-sided bottles that surface from time to time but completely slick. Really a pretty bottle and just nestled in the very bottom of the center of the privy. Filled in the second privy and moved on to a deep trash pit about 5' away. The top of the trash pit was loaded with 1910's stuff and there I found my first intact straight-sided Galveston, Texas straight sided Coca-Cola bottle. I've dug these from Houston and San Antonio before but never intact from Galveston...they seem to be quite scarce and I was very happy to find this addition to my Galveston collection. Deeper in the trash pit things transformed to 1860's trash and I found a Leudemann barrel mustard, a pontiled multi-sided bottle, a small Wright cologne bottle, some jaw bones (maybe a dog?), and a few other odds and ends. Overall a fun (but hot) day!