Be careful what you write. The last time a camera was sent from the Isle of Wight, it ended up in the Bermuda Triangle.
The North American camera never even left the country to get lost. Colorado to Tennessee, and it went MIA (Missing In Action, not Miami International Airport).
I wonder if Jim Morrison and Elvis are out sailing and shooting photos of seagulls with both Cameras #6.
I delivered mine by camera catapult but the recipient, Black Dog, didn't catch it. Unfortunately, the same combination of me and him are teamed up again, this time with him sending the camera to me. I suggest a hot air balloon with a clockwork timed release mechanism when the wind is in the right direction.
"People who say things won't work are a dime a dozen. People who figure out how to make things work are worth a fortune" - Dave Rat.
It was indeed both camera 7's that disappeared. cdholden, to whom I sent the North America camera 7, is still around, so presumably that recipient did not fall off the earth
Yes, I stand corrected. Those were cameras #7, not #6. Either way, Elvis and Jim are hamming it up, having a good ol' time and laughing at our expense. Sailing the Bermuda Triangle doesn't sound like a bad gig, but it doesn't pay the bills.
If I fell off the earth, no one informed me, so here I am for another round... still hopelessly looking in the PO box for a lost camera on the freak chance that it should get redirected here.
I'm sending #8 to Film Sprocket, which I think I did back on #6. We know that route is a good one. Mail traveled in that direction once. We can do it again.
Damn! Another camera I didn't receive!
FWIW, I moved here from just south of the Treasure Coast (Port St Lucie) almost 6 years ago. I was there at Thanksgiving and drove back here. I can confirm that the road from FL to TN works just fine.