Last Friday I checked an area that had been recently flooded. I had been through there many times, but I thought I might find something that washed up in the flood. This was near the New York Central tracks and back in the 70's I had found quite a few jade green milk color H.G.Co beehives. Unfortunately, I didn't find any of those, but I do have a pictorial record of what I did find. Here is the first sight I had of what turned out to be a CD 147 Hemingray spiral groove (base sticking out of the ground on bottom left of photo) and a teal aqua CD 145 "B" (on the surface on center right in photo). Nothing rare or valuable but still fun to find.