Got home, fed the dog, and threw the cameras in the car for some exploring. While traveling from US2, South, to 77 in Iron County Wisconsin a few weeks back, I noticed a sign for some waterfalls, The narrow gravel road was supposed to be closed due to some severe washouts but it was passable in the RAV4 and ended up on the rim of a canyon over looking Foster Falls on the pristine Potato River. One lovely campsite with a beautiful view and firepit there as well. I am thinking it will be an awesome place to camp in the Fall. Two rolls of Ilford Pan F (ASA 50) are drying as I write you. With my water here, 70F for 7 minutes is perfect in PMK Pyro if you try it. No finer detailed film made, but of course with ASA 50, very long exposures. I have the Holga Pan on Bulb and held the shutter release open for about four seconds, which in low light and the sunny setting on the camera (supposed to be F11 but with a Holga, who the hell knows), it is right on the money. This looks like a great spot to walk and grouse hunt in the Fall as well. Will scan some negatives tomorrow. Took only one Polaroid shot, as I left the film at home and that was all that was left. It is drying as an emulsion lift on Arches Hot Press watercolor paper. A relaxing and productive evening, but time to wind down, take a bath, and read in bed.