Well, we'll see how these go...
I didn't bother with pics from my last failure. I cut one open and tossed the whole lot in the trash.
These were not as wet as the last attempt. Folding was alot easier, but shaping sucked. As you can see, as they rose a bit, they began to touch. Oh well. One thing I learned is not to make enough dough for two large loaves. I do not have the room, on my cutting board, peel, or bread stone. The bowl I used to let it rise was almost too small. And it was difficult to handle the whole mass. It turned out to be just shy of 70% hydration. I might try a bit less next time. Using a smaller recipe of course.
I put them in at 400F for 35 minutes, turning after 15. I may not post pics (depends on how they turn out), but I will post results.
I find it interesting that of all the things I've read on the Internet, most people give up baking bread at high altitude. I'm nothing if not persistent.