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    Should you take the 4x5? Are you serious? Have you ever been to that part of the country? It's not "Big Sky Country" for nothing.

    Yes, take it, and stop and shoot as much as is practical. Enjoy.
    Pentax: 6x7 MLU
    Olympus: OM-1n
    Graflex: Miniature (2x3) Speed Graphic

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    Thanks Ron,

    What are you doing next September ?

    It could be The Ron & Ron APUG RoadTrip 2011Palooza !!!

    I would love to buy your tweezers Rick !!!
    Are you accepting PayPal, as yet ?


    Ron

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    And The Macro Management, and Long Island @ Large Format APUG Groups
    And Montana, September 20011 !!!
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    Ron;

    Our plans are not yet made for 2011. In fact, our plans for the rest of 2010 are vague. Just keep in touch. I have lots of new stuff on emulsion making to share along with the salt bridge for vAg which is near final.

    I do recommend the Formulary though whether I'm there or not. Lots to see and do. (I'm buttering Bud up!)

    PE

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    Forget it! There is nothing to see by scenery!

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    Warning!! Handling a Hasselblad can be harmful to your financial well being!

    Nothing beats a great piece of glass!

    I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.

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    Is that a real poncho or a Sears Poncho?

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    Get lots of pictures of bushes and trees using the
    zone system---- there seems to be a shortage of those.

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    Oh, the train station in Whitefish is a Museum and includes some unique photo items. Also, try the Walton Inn in Glacier Park.

    PE

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    Hi SkyRick,

    I'm A Sears Kinda Guy !
    I think all ponchos are made in China now, so what's your point ???
    The Mexican ponchos are probably made in China too ...


    Ron

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    And Montana, September 20011 !!!
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    Good possibilities in the smaller, less touristy ranges: Pioneers, Gallatin, Crazies, Tobacco Roots, Bridger, Flint Creeks, Beaverhead Range... and the Beartooths (gorgeous).

    For towns, there's only one place to go for groaty character: Butte

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    What out for the jackalopes! Jackalopes are the result of very long and hard winters combining with some really bored animals.

    http://www.jackalopejunction.com/

    Steve
    Warning!! Handling a Hasselblad can be harmful to your financial well being!

    Nothing beats a great piece of glass!

    I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.

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