Does anybody know what country this coin is from?
I have not played at the 59th & Lex station in probably about a year!
I used to go there every week until a policeman who doesn’t allow the use of an amp got stationed there… He was very nice to me – told me three times that amplification is not allowd (even though all the other policemen allowed it…) without giving me a ticket. So, I stopped going there. Other buskers, such as Louis the sax player, who also used to frequent the spot, also stopped going there.
I was apprehensive about going to the spot (I kept my amp in it’s bag, though, and just in case – put it behind my chair…) but all was well – that policeman was not there
There were other police officers around, but they were cool.
It was 25 degrees when I left home and when I returned it was 30 degrees. It was supposed to climb up to 38 degrees today, but it sure didn’t feel like it. I wore 2 pairs of socks (one of which are ski socks) and my toes were still completely frozen by 4pm.
A lady and her son stopped to chat. She told me her daughter needs to make a musical instrument as a school project and she was wondering about the saw.
I got 3 foreign coins today:
Canadian, Swiss (did they not switch to Euro?) and a big silver coins which on one side says ‘Queen Elizabeth the second’ and on the other side it says ‘East Caribbean States’, ‘One Dollar’ and ‘2004’. Does anybody know what country this coin is from?