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    Re: Gear question. It's too complicated. What do you propose?

    Less is more.

    Bring 2 lenses, not 3.

    Bring 3 (double sided) film holders, not 6.

    Don't bring the roll film holder.

    Bring a light meter, didn't notice if that was in the list or not.

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    Re: Gear question. It's too complicated. What do you propose?

    Just in case you don't know, the population of wolves in Tuscany is growing a lot in this decade. In fact, their range is growing everywhere in Europe. No danger to anyone, of course. Probably, more danger from people who drive illegal hunt and "Genocide" due to lost livestock!

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    Re: Gear question. It's too complicated. What do you propose?

    Quote Originally Posted by Steven Tribe View Post
    Just in case you don't know, the population of wolves in Tuscany is growing a lot in this decade. In fact, their range is growing everywhere in Europe. No danger to anyone, of course. Probably, more danger from people who drive illegal hunt and "Genocide" due to lost livestock!
    What has that to do with the OP's dilemma? Care to illuminate?

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    Re: Gear question. It's too complicated. What do you propose?

    He says "sleeping in a tent".

    As with bears in North America, it is nice to know what the noises outside the tent in the middle of the night are due to!
    Just as harmless as bears.

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    Re: Gear question. It's too complicated. What do you propose?

    Good grief!

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    Re: Gear question. It's too complicated. What do you propose?

    What about werewolves?

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    Re: Gear question. It's too complicated. What do you propose?

    Where?

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    Re: Gear question. It's too complicated. What do you propose?

    Quote Originally Posted by Steven Tribe View Post
    Just in case you don't know, the population of wolves in Tuscany is growing a lot in this decade. In fact, their range is growing everywhere in Europe. No danger to anyone, of course. Probably, more danger from people who drive illegal hunt and "Genocide" due to lost livestock!
    @ Steven Tribe: you're right, but there are a lot of bio camping sites (agriturismo). Tuscany is not Alaska. There are 206 inhabitants per square kilometer. The wolves are quite timid and they eat a sheep or a doe, from time to time. La Mafia piuttosto pericolosa. So walking around with a shiny equipment on the tourist sites and doing some visible voodoo under a dark cloth could be - suboptimal ...
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