But just to make it coin related here's one of my favorites.....
it's crackers to slip a rozzer the dropsy in snide
Still, that 1900 Twenty Dollar Gold Piece is beautiful.
In a few weeks I would think you would prefer that gold over the rake.
You are going to need some big bags to get just 1 ounce of leaves. I'd rather just go the Gold route, no leaf blower required. Then this is what you do with your time
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Real gold lasts a lot longer.
Leaves are pretty for a few weeks then 2 weeks of work to clean up. The gold coin is pretty all year long and takes a lot less maintenance
Beautiful fall colors.... and great pictures, thank you. However, I must agree, the gold coins will still be around after the leaves fall and blow away. Cheers, RickO
I miss Vermont.
Silver can have a nice golden look too (and not just on the sticker):
I’ll take the gold coin and you can pick up the leaves.
Love the$20 and do love Vermont myself 👍
Beautiful. But remember: Buy the tree and not the leaf.
All that glitters is not gold.
Send in a leaf to be graded, then hope it CACs!!
In a few months those "golden " leaves will compost down to "black gold ".
Lawn tractors with grass collection systems take care of all them dern leaves.
"When they can't find anything wrong with you, they create it!"
Traded gold for a rake.
.... and a siding brake.
I am glad the mods have leafed this thread alone.
Can't wait for our highways to be made of gold. That's why we need gold coins. To maintain the asphalt.
The above shot was on the way to work today. And in keeping it relative :
I was raking up leaves all last week I’ll take the gold but they do look beautiful, Very nice property’s all.
Wouldn't it be nice if gold coins grew on trees and the "gold leaf" fell gracefully to the ground below.
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Beautiful! Love nature's display of colors!
Some NC color!
Best I can do on the gold coins …
This one has a few copper spots: