Woodworking: Practically anything is fair game for someone's collection
People collect the craziest things. And I'm not talking about gold-plated buffalo nickels from the Franklin Mint.
For instance, my wife's Aunt Verna collected and categorized thousands of different napkins from weddings, funerals, night clubs, restaurants, you name it, until the day she died.
Another acquaintance, we'll call him Dick, collected tokens from pre-prohibition saloons, those little wooden coins that entitled you to a free beer or drink of your choice.