I'll be honest and living in Florida might have something to do with it.
If it was as described, then I would look for the owner and return it. THat's because that isn't drug money kind of money, it's worked and saved money kind of money. If I found a backpack that was truly full of cash, like stuffed with twenties and fifties , then I would assume that it was crime money, put it away and wait to see if it makes the news that anyone lost it. After a couple of weeks, it's mine.
My grandfather just chimed in. I can hear him in my head clear as a bell as I walked onto the porch with a shiny hub cap.
Granddaddy - "Nova, where did you get that?"
Nova - "I found it."
Granddaddy - "Who does it belong to?"
Nova - "I don't know."
Grandaddy - " But you knew it wasn't yours, right?"
Nova - "Yeah, but...."
Grandaddy - "But nothing, go put it back where you found it."
The travelers checks would of been replaced and no good to the person finding them. Anyone trying to use one might find themselves arrested. I would of turned in the backpack. It would be easy to identify the owner thanks to the passport.
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