Thursday, December 23, 2010


Things have been very busy at the G Unit household. Hazel hasn't been feeling well this week and today Meg is taking her to the doctor. We're hoping they can give her (and Meg) some relief. Henry has been doing pretty well despite things going on around him. Yesterday Meg her him say, "I'm coming Hazel. Calm down.", as he ran into the living room to console Hazel with a pat on the head. She adores him so much that a simple pat can just about do it.

I pushed through a lot of coin last night.

5,280 quarters turned up one silver Washington (1964D), one proof quarter (2001S Kentucky) eight Canadians, six US nickels, two US dimes and one Bermuda 25¢. The proof quarter is a new one for me. It is the fifth proof quarter I've found this year.

4,050 dimes had one silver Rosie (1962), three Canadians, one Aruba 10¢ and one Bermuda 10¢. The dimes haven't been too good to me lately.

4,600 nickels yielded one Buffalo (1937), three War Times (1943P, 1944P, 1945S), ten Canadians (1 Ni), three US pennies, two US dimes, one Singapore 20¢, one Bermuda 5¢, one German 50 Pfennig, one Ghana 10 pesewas and one New Zealand 20¢. The New Zealand coin is a new type for me and the Ghana coin is a new country and type for me!

2,550 pennies rounded up fifteen Wheats, twenty Canadians, one US dime and a New Zealand 10¢. The New Zealand coin is a new type for me. I also found another George V Canadian penny in the batch, the 1928. The Wheats were:

1944, 1945(3), 1946(2), 1946S, 1947, 1948(2), 1952D, 1955, 1958(2)

Found: 1 foreign coin (a Canadian penny)