It has been awhile since I posted. I thought I would share my latest find. I have a thing for the Coinstar machine. Every time I walk by the machine I always have to take a quick peek in the reject bin. The other day I walked by and I seen a hand full of change in the machine. So like normal I grabbed the change. When I came home I started looking through what I found; I found a 1/2 Franc from 1977, I found a modern Canadian dime, and 2 tokens not worth anything. But then I pulled out a dime and it was a 1962D silver dime. The dime is not worth much but silver content, but I found another silver dime. My brother and I run metal detectors and collect coins and we are both quite competitive; hey nothing like a friendly competition between brother and sister. So being the nice sister I am, I had to call and leave a message just to rub it in a little that I found a silver dime. So I left a message but I was not done. The next day I made it a point to call him up again to rub it in. He picks up the phone and the first thing he said was "calling to rub it in" and I replied "yep." The point is from all of this is to make sure you are checking your pocket change or any coins you find; you never know what you will find. A couple of years ago a friend and I were at a convenient store and got a Walking Liberty half in change. Happy collecting.