Trips to the hill out back have yielded some interesting and pleasant surprises. The hill (and pit) is composed of mixed Devonian deposits dumped there from around the region for the purposes of hill-building, so it is a mixed bag.
I've also found my share of a few weathered or semi-weathered out rollers, but they are sadly headless. Pygidium moults and shards of cephalon abound.
Among my other finds in repeated trips to the hill, I don't have much more that is picture worthy. Having exhausted all the exposed, well-laminated shales, I've moved on with my trusty claw hammer and chisel to split some of the denser rocks - and the presence of trilobites inside makes it a thrilling rock lottery of sorts... And a lottery it certainly is, with about the same odds. What the site needs is to be turned over a bit to expose some of the rock buried under the dirt and clay, while some other areas will be better exposed come autumn when the weedy overgrowth thins out.