As already stated in other articles, walking your dog enhances your physical health, since exercising positively impacts your cardiovascular fitness, muscles, bones, joints, balance, and coordination. Furthermore, when you walk your pooch you break isolation, and meet other dog owners. Dogs are a perfect icebreaker for making new friends and socializing. Nevertheless, these benefits need to be updated, as a couple in California found 1,400 gold coins while walking their dog in they property they lived in for several years.
The coins, buried next to an ancient tree, dated from the second half of the 19th century and could be of approximately 10 millions dollars in value, due to their peculiarity and perfect condition. Moreover, even though gold's value is about $27,000, numismatic specialists considers each piece has the potential of being worth 1 million dollars. The fortunate beholders are planning on allowing the treasure to be showcased at the next National Money Show, organized by the American Numismatic Association in Atlanta and then sell part of the coins to pay debts and charity.
Certainly, this kind of events are not as frequent as everyone hopes they would. However, next time you have to walk your dog, specially on a freezing, rainy winter day, remember that you will be rewarded even though you are not among those lucky people who could can bring back home what they pick up.