Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Yesterday Meg picked up a Halloween costume for Henry. It's a construction worker set and was his choice. He seems very excited about it and was wearing the vest and hat for most of last night. We still need to make him an ID badge. Hazel is going to be a chicken. Meg's working on her costume.

5,240 quarters had just five Canadians, one US nickel, one US penny and one Bahamas 25¢.

2,300 dimes produced one Canadian and one UK 5 pence.

1,320 nickels rounded up one War Time (1945P), two Canadians and one US dime.

3,500 pennies yielded fifteen Wheats (including one Steelie) and twenty-nine Canadians.

1939, 1942, 1943S, 1944(2), 1945(3), 1945D, 1951(2), 1955, 1957(2), 1957D