Editor: We are a Canadian couple living in Houston, TX. We recently travelled to New Brunswick to attend our son’s high school graduation. From there, we went to P.E.I. where our daughter is taking part in a hockey camp.
Sunday morning, I travelled from P.E.I. by ferry to bring my elderly mother back to her home in Antigonish after attending her grandchildren’s events. I had my camera, a Nikon Coolpix P90, out while on the ferry.
After I brought my mother back to her home, I realized that my camera was missing from my car. Normally, this would be a loss in itself, but it has all of our pictures of our son’s graduation on it and some very special pictures of our teenage children and their grandmother. While a camera can be replaced, these pictures cannot be replaced.
We are wondering if there is any way you could help us to get the word out to appeal for the camera’s return, but even more importantly, for the return of the memory card.
Rachael Cooper Neil,
cellphone 832-564-6611 (text messaging only while we are in Canada)