I know that Danny Boy has covered this, and the posts went as usual on varied topics. Further, I know that I'll never capture the sentiment that he was able to capture. But I am curious about this. We live in Idaho, and as such our big city nearby is a mere 56K in population. So here is the crux of this post, today my bride had a Dr appointment. While at the appointment, she left her sunglasses in the restroom. Approximately ten minutes had passed when she realized this, she immediately returned to the restroom to find, well, you guessed it. Now admittedly, I'm somewhat culpable in this as I feel that if she feels that she can see better through a $230 pair of Maui Jim's rather than a $60 pair of Ray Ban's, and this is what she wants, I agree. I absolutely feel that this is far too much for a pair of sunglasses, but the lack of argument is worth it over time. One of the reasons we choose to live here is the small town honesty. Has it went to the wayside everywhere? My question is this, am I and my wife the only ones who would remit the glasses to the front desk? I so wish there were a way to conduct a secret poll to see what people would do anonymously without naming names. Are we just naive? So here goes, you go into the restroom, you are alone, you spot a pair of expensive sunglasses on the counter next to the sink, do they now belong to you?