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Hello everyone

 

Coming back after long absence. Babies happened, but now I can finally get back into it. Stoked to be able to run FSX at reasonable settings finally. When I used FS9 I was constantly wondering when I would be able to afford an FSX capable computer. I have one, but now I am wondering when I will be able to afford a FS2020 capable computer. Same story. Just posting a picture from a flight in Agua Caliente County Park in California. I picked up that sweet PC-12 from Carenado at a sale. Really like it!

 

Cheers,

 

Kristofer

 

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Welcome back! Babies huh. Better thee than me :D Nice return shot!

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Just got that! Ha! Spanish is not a language I possess. Thanks for looking!

 

Welcome back!! Don't pay too much attention to Zippy!! He's just showing off!

 

Michael

Being an old chopper guy I usually fly low and slow.
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As I often do, I get ideas of great places to visit from postings made by others. In this case L-54, which according to Wikipedia, averages a flight or so per day. It primarily serves those who want to fly in and view the hot springs in the county park.

 

Frankly, I haven't been to that park myself. But I've spent enough RW hours flying and driving in that part of the Southwest US, I'd much prefer to fly in!! Driving out in the nowhere like that can get truly boring!!!! :(

 

So I flew in with my default Caravan. But to be honest, RW that trip from almost anywhere, unless you have a good AC in your plane would be uncomfortable as well. Here are a few shots from my trip in the Caravan.

 

Michael

 

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Nice shots Michael! It’s always fun staring at a hill or mountain at the end of a runway :)

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ORBX Global BASE

ORBX Freeware Airports

ORBX HD Trees

 

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