This wonderfully smart young woman told me to wrap them, individually, in plastic wrap. She said that if the batteries touched each other, the metal would drain the charge out.
Now, I cannot swear to this, but I have done it. I have re-charged all my batteries and put them in plastic wrap. When my “new” batteries in the camera at this time are dead, I will test the theory myself. But I wanted to pass the news on to others who have those batteries. If you have been like me, ready to swear off re-chargeables because of the frustration, then perhaps it will help you like I hope it is going to help me.
We will be heading home tomorrow – we have been at my folks’ house the whole time, but will spend the night out at Norm’s family ranch with his brother and wife before heading home in the morning. We’ve had a great time and I will share two pictures of our good time. When I get home I will talk about the wonderful weekend.
Today is the first of July – so happy July! It’s a beautiful day today – you have a beautiful day!
Norm and his sister, Eileen, organizer extraordinaire
Water balloon volley-ball