Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Having a Bullish Day on the Streets

Journal Entry 4/13/10: Weight = 173.4 lbs: Coinage = $7.11 (One of the biggest money days ever for the MoneyWalker and one worthy of full explanation.)
 Mid morning 90 minute fitness walk = $.99, several dimes and one quarter from the curbs.
 Canisters from the Mid-City Car wash checked at end of fitness walk= $3.32
o Two one dollar bills from one canister ( Note: what is wrong with a person that vacuum’s his or her car and just allows two one dollar bills to be sucked into the great unknown, same with quarters, or any coin for that matter?)
o Two quarters and several dimes, nickels, and pennies were found in the seven total canisters including the one with the two one dollar bills.
 Walk to the grocery store = $2.65, all found in a money sorter coin return, 100 pennies (2 wheat), 16 dimes, 1 nickel. Quick, someone call 911, this has to be the same goof from the car wash.
 Walk to the drug store = $.02 penny scatter
 Drive to Sam’s Club = $.10 dime in the parking lot

Journal Entry 4/11/10: Weight = 174.2 lbs; Coinage = $3.26, 136 pennies, 7 nickels, 13 dimes, 1 quarter.

Journal Entry 4/8/10: Weight = 171.0; Coinage = $.85, 45 pennies, 1 nickel, 2 dimes, 1 quarter.



  1. Great finds! You've inspired me to do my own money walking over the past 6 months. Lost a few pounds and found quite a bit of coin in the process. It's shocking what people leave on the ground considering today's economy.

    Keep up the good work!