It was the first 35-mm SLR I used. It has one of the sharpest lenses I have ever used. Sometime in the past 25 years, mom sent it home with me, along with another camera that had been hers. Her camera I gave to my nephew. I held onto the Cannon. It didn't get used, the shutter started to stick. I came across it last year when I was sorting out the house in Lexington. I snapped this image and emailed Dale and asked if he would like to have it. He responded in an unusually fast response with a YES!
I returned it to him last March when I visited Florida. Back where it belonged. I don't care what Dale does with it, for me it was closure on a strange chapter in family history.
Have you returned anything to where it belonged?
I've not returned anything that I can remember. My ex brother in law brought me a piece of Hadrian's Wall. I intend to return that but obviously not to the same place as I have no idea where it came from.ReplyDelete
A friend brought me a tile from a mosaic floor in Italy, it really belongs back in the floor.Delete
besides library books, no. I tend not to take things that belong to others, unless they are specifically willed to me.ReplyDelete
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I've returned a few swallows to San Juan Capistrano. No, wait, that's I've had a few swallows at a burger joint there. My bad :)ReplyDelete