aside from going through massive MR withdrawal - no internet access for 10 days! We went up to Door County, Wisconsin (the so-called "Cape Cod of the Midwest"). We've been going every year for the past 10 years with my wife's parents, and we generally had a lot of fun. Anyway, the point of this isn't to describe my vacation in detail, but to express how thankful I am that there are still honest people in this world. On Tuesday we had gone on a quick trip up the road from our condo (about 20 minutes) and wanted to take some pictures of the kids at a local attraction, so we threw the camera (my relatively new 350D) into the diaper bag so we didn't need to lug two large cases. Anyway, we're loading up to come back, and Evan is a little cranky, we're trying to get the stroller back in the van, etc., and I set the diaper bag down on the sidewalk to get Kelsey in her car seat and other things situated. Halfway back home, I suddenly realize that the diaper bag isn't in the van. Crap. So we drive back the seemingly 4 hours (okay, 10 minutes) to where we were to look for the bag. Not there. Crap. We go to the nearby restaurant and ask if anyone had turned it in, which they hadn't. Why would they? At least with the $1000 camera inside. Crap. Luckily, 4 stores and about 15 minutes later, we found the bag. Someone had indeed found it and turned it in - complete with the camera, freshly purchased candies, etc. Whew! I took a few hopefully interesting pictures that I'll now be able to show in the picture gallery. Anyone else with any good vacation stories?