i tried two stores, one though they had one for sale, but it turned out to be the wrong charger, and the second sold prints (the name said it was photo and video, but it turned out it was a gallery, and i found a third, but its closed till monday.
ive taken it easy on the battery and have my fingers crossed, it should be close to lasting the rest of the trip now that im taking it easy. my big photo op day is tommorrow, so hopefuly it makes it threw that.
i might have to buy one of those 99cent ones from ebay and throw it in my bag so i never forget again!
thanks for the offer george, i acutally went to ksc (wish i had left myself a second day to go!) but i made it home last week with only one bar left on the battery meter, a close one, but i made it! it wouldn't of made it, but after i discovered i was missing my charger after the first of two batteries went dead, i stopped plugging the camera into the computer to review the photos every night, and that made the difference.
the shuttle launch experience was pretty cool, i was impressed with how they faked launch gs and weightlessness.
we didn't make it to the astronaut hall of fame, they apparently have a g simulator over there which would of been cool!! i never really got a good look at the rocket gardens either. but we did manged to go on the bus tour to all the sites and see the 3d imax as well.
Well guess what. Your going to have to make another trip. We haven't been to the Hall of Fame either. Even though we've been to KSC more almost a dozen times in the past 2 years. The rocket garden allows you see how complex those rocket engines really are. To stand under a Saturn 5 and think about what a ride that must of been! I can't even climb into the capsule that the Gemini guys rode into space. The final frontier.