Tuesday, June 28, 2011


I am going to go to the storage bldg. Thursday and was thinking about all the stuff I want to get rid of. Among this stuff is hundreds of slides my hubby and I made down through the years. Does anyone know how to scan slides? I think there is a way to scan them into Picasa, and then on to disk. I hate to throw away all my pictures, but don't want to deal with slides, projector etc. 
Another hot day, I went to Lowes and got too hot. Thought I would pass out. I managed to get one of their electric carts, but it quit on me before I was through shopping! Guess that saved me some money!
I did download free app from Google. I read it on Rick's blog. It works great on my Droid phone.


  1. I had some old home movie film transferred to DVD's about a year ago - I took it to Costco. They charged me about $28 (can't remember the exact amt) and that included two copies of the DVD. They also do slides but I have no idea how they price the transfer service. If you don't shop at Costco, you could ask at a Walmart or Sam's Club, where they do the film developing. They could probably quote you a price at least, and it would save you hours of work.