It's gotten into an involved story.
First off, I'm not sure how to get the photos posted here. They're in my photo.net porfolio, one batch as "Shur-Flash- TX" and one batch as "Shur-Flash- OK".http://www.photo.net/photodb/member-photos?user_id=608974
I started off with 5 rolls of Plus X and one roll of Verichrome Pan, took all the pictures, then mailed off the camera. Developed first roll, negs looked sorta thin, but figured they were under exposed a bit. Finally dawned on me on about the 5th roll that my fresh D76 was going bad in a hurry- negatives were getting progressively thinner from roll to roll!. Did the last roll in Tmax, came out great. So the net result is, I've got some negs that are okay, some that are marginal, and some that are just plain lost.
On the printing end of it, I picked up a Beseler 23CII in good shape off Ebay for $20. The catch is I don't have a 105mm lens yet. I can print up to around a 5x7 with my 75mm lens, but you'll notice I'm running into lack of coverage on a number of these shots (IE, white corners, reverse vignetting). With the small prints, and thin negs, printing times run 2-4 seconds in a lot of cases, so I can't dodge/burn anything. Anyway, photos I've got posted are the best I've come up with so far. Proper lens and proper negative holder will improve some of the results.
On the offer to scan the negs- if there's any serious use planned for these, that would be fine. If they're just posted on the internet here, I'll hang on to the negs, as I'm not done with them yet.
I do have some additional negs that I haven't printed yet, and am working on getting the equipment side set up better, which would let me redo some of these. I noticed in scanning and in printing, I've got some dust that I should have cleaned up better- it sort of leaps out at me from the screen, but isn't very visible on the prints.
Ok, Craig here... editing your post, Steve...
I removed all the related convo about problems posting images, etc. Here go the first scans from Hazelton's leg of the trip. I am adding them to his original post so that he can add captions or storyline to them as he sees fit.