I know that there are several people who did not make it on to this or Round 2. If you want to organize Round 3 I think you could get a quorum in a week or so, especially since some of us on the earlier rounds would be interested in doing it again - but only after everyone else has had a chance.
The suggestion has been made, and I think it's worth considering, that the next round be done with 12 folks on a 24-exposure roll, 2 shots each. That's mostly just to limit the number of stops (and opportunities for loss) that the camera has to make. Each stop seems to average a week to 2 weeks, so you can see that even with 12 people it will take months to complete.
Just got back home from doing pre-trip-to-california-errands-part-a to find the box from Diane sitting on my porch. If the postman delivering to houses across the street is any indication, it arrived just minutes ago.
Now, to fire off an E-Mail to my wife Dianna at work and see if she'd consent to me shooting a portrait of her in all her early second trimester pregnantness for this project. :)
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Just got back from California, shot the frame, boxed the camera back up and went to the post office to generate a priority mail stamp and send it. My 3-year old and I got the stamp generated but found the package bin at the post office locked shut, so it'll have to be physically mailed tomorrow. I'll post the tracking number and accompanying URL after I do so
Shipped the camera yesterday. US Postal Service Priority Mail confirmation # 03911771930000016046.
I got delivery confirmation but not tracking, so the URL above may not be fruitful until a little while after actual delivery takes place.
Should arrive at Cha's (Tomtom's) tomorrow.