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March 15, 1997

LOOSE CHANGE

A little before dusk, I arrived at the Beasely Point Toll Bridge which connected Cape May to the mainland of New Jersey a little south of Atlantic City. There was no traffic as I walked to the toll booth. I was supposed to pay a fifty cents toll to go across the bridge.

The toll collector waived me off and I went back to the edge of the bridge. When I got to the bridge's edge, I was surprised at finding two quarters. By the time, I got off the bridge my coin purse overflowed with almost eight dollars of various types of coinage.

From what I gathered, motorists who were traveling across the bridge to gamble at the casinos in Atlantic City must have thrown the coins over the bridge into the water for good luck but the winds must have blew it back on the bridge.




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