One of the vestiges having three grown sons (two have moved on) is the tons of stuff they have left behind: rock collections, baseballs, and the like. For example, today I decided to charge the digital and video cameras in preparation for the weekend and pulled out a box of AC adapters/chargers. There were 26.
I spent about six hours trying to reunite the chargers with their devices, which can be tricky because they all have different power outputs.
Eleven were united to the proper cameras, hurricane lanterns and radios, etc. Nine are still orphans, including one car charger. One device, a remote controlled boat, has no charger. Six, all from deceased cell phones, are heading for hazardous was day.
I also found a Sony Walkman CD player that no one wants, three sets of ear buds and two sets of head phones.
But the cameras are charged and ready to go.