There were two cameras as the original one got lost in the mail for four months between BW Girl and myself and then after the second one came to me and went, the original one showed up at my house. I emailed Gary at that time and he told me to hold on to it for a while. I was clearing out my house recently and I didn't want to lose the camera so I emailed Gary to see what I should do with it and we decided to send it on.
Just sent the camera on to tomtom via USPS Priority Mail. 4-year old son and I were at the empty post office at midnight using the automated kiosk to send it, and it didn't present delivery confirmation or tracking as an option, but it estimated 2-3 days delivery.
Hopefully, what I lack in timeliness I've made up for in accuracy of my updates to the delivery list and multiple-layers of hermetically sealed packaging. As requested, I've penciled the inserts and deletions onto the original copy, and I've also included a copy of ggriffi's E-Mail to me with the changes as well as the updated list linked to in the previous post for reference.
As long as it takes these cameras to make full circuits, I'm wondering if this shouldn't just be a perpetual activity, with a new camera fired off into the ether every other month to whatever the current participation list happens to be. That way, eventually, there will be new picture each month or two to post from some camera that was started the previous year, generation, etc.