No explanation needed. Well, maybe about the beaver. Discuss.
Of course, a nickel! Now why didn’t I think of that? That’s a really edgy take on today’s theme, Mike.
how did you balance that nickel?
Two cents for your thoughts….
That is a wonderful setup and shot! LOVE Mr. Beaver too!
This is a really great photo, Mike! I love both the idea and the execution. 🙂
I’d say something about the beaver, but I’m pretty sure MikeWJ will have about a dozen beaver jokes to tell…
How did you get it to stand up????
I love your picture again. Beaver bank! 😉
Very clever as always.
I totally understand the Canadian obsession with beavers. They’re just…well, they’re amazing. Right, Mike?
I would’ve enjoyed seeing a different spin on it, myself.
So many jokes here. I just don’t know where to start…..
Very cool picture. I don’t see a beaver though.
Okay, I enlarged it. Is that a picture of a beaver humping a snake?
I remember when your coins worked in our vending machines. Damn shame y’all cheaped out on the metals. Now nothing in the world makes a lick sense.
Ever think about recycling this for the coins prompt?
why is there a beaver on your coin. explain. and yes, i thought the beaver was humping something too.
I just stood it up and it stayed. No trick!
They are! And they’ve got those sharp teeth and everything!
Seriously, I just stood it up and took the shot. I guess I got lucky 🙂
Your last nickel is a Canadian one???
Start with the beaver!
No no, it’s on a rock. Or maybe it’s his dam?
I know. A don’t even think a nickel is made of nickel anymore.
There’s an idea. I’ll need to balance a bunch of them for that one.
Well, long story short, the beaver is our national animal. And I looked it up: He’s humping a log.
How about 5?
Love the shapes, round chairs, round table, round coin. You don’t have a national bird?
well, it is on a coin after all
Ah, but we also have the caribou on the quarter – larger currency – larger “pellets” (not shown).
Not so much but then again ours aren’t as nickelly as they once were either. I think all our coins are made from blood, sweat, and tears with a thin veneer of the original metals
I missed the loon. Who’s the loon now?
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