Wednesday, September 15, 2010

N is for


- Coin collectors in Cobb can find those nickles, dimes, and other coins at Robinson's Coin Town. This business, began as one counter at the back of a pet shop, has been on the square since 1972.

I confess that I don't often have a need to visit Coin Town, but I did pop across a few years ago to purchase a sixpence for a friend to wear in her shoe during her wedding. I wonder if it has brought her luck?

It was a nice day on the square. This past Saturday the continued, oppressive heat set a record high of 96 for September 11. Whew.

Monday there was at least a bit of a breeze as I walked across the square. Most welcomed.

I snapped this shot of the square as I drove past on the way home.


YesterUkes said...

Ah....but the humidity is lower. Fall's coming.

Sheri said...

Such a pretty place where your square is. I love little town squares, they make a great place to walk.
The nights are getting cooler but I'm like you, I've had enough of the 90+ degree days!

Paula said...

We have a lovely town square also, complete with a fountain in the center. Wish I could whisk you here to knit together in our cooler weather.

minipurl said...

What a lovely, if hot, town you live in.
Hope the M&Ms don't melt. Best to gobble them up, just to be safe.