No Collection is Too Weird for the Adventurous
A quote for the read:
"The whole point of collecting is the thrill of acquisition, which must be maximized, and maintained at all costs."
John Baxter
     Collecting something, no matter what it be, is always an adventure. To be able to go back through history or stories of human culture simply by looking at random objects collected by you or someone else is the result of such an adventure. My grandpa was an avid collector of many things, including scythes, glass soda bottles, toy tractors, typewriters, lighters, etc. Some of the items he has are very old, so it’s neat to look at them.

     I started collecting things not too long ago, starting with the statehood quarters. It didn’t take me long to get all fifty of those so then I moved on to the National Park quarters and soon came along some other coins (see them here), some old but not worth much. My other collection consists of animal feet – and although what you might think, no collection is too weird. As of right now, I have ground squirrel, chick, rabbit, and opossum feet. Oh yeah – and one goat foot my grandparents bought me from Mexico. I do not hunt these animals solely for their feet, in fact, I don’t hunt them at all. They were all roadkill once and