Holy crap! I shot three 4x5 sheets of TMY-2 and two 4x5 sheets of Porta400 and I thought I was shooting too much!
You just blew through what I shoot in a quarter of a year in just one day!
I trust you have never been to the Canadian Rockies, Stone?!? Outside of Vancouver, they must surely rate as one of the most beautiful places on the planet! Insofar as film consumption goes, that can be attributed to a couple of factors:1). Travel on snowshoes; 2). Lots of coffee; 3). A week to shoot (read:impetus); and 4). Rapidly changing light conditions (one of the few times that I ever "bracketed"/re-shot on black and white film.
An iffy day, weather-wise, but a productive and rewarding one nonetheless. Shooting-wise, four rolls of FP4 Plus went through the Hasselblad during a snowshoeing excursion at the Pyramid Bench Trail, a stop at Athabasca Falls and a trek down the Icefields Parkway. In addition, the sun stayed out long enough to bring out a bit of colour, allowing a roll-and-a-half to be run through the F2AS.
Been shooting T-MAX 100 in my RB67 and Rapid Omega, I've actually been hoarding T-MAX 100 recently purchased 160 rolls, 153 of which are in the freezer along with 50 rolls of Arista EDU Ultra 100. If I'm lucky that should get me to the beginning of 2015.