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Practice Part 2

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Based on last years routing requirements we continue on down into South America. We have to land at an airport in Paraguay and we have to get 2 airports below 40 Degrees South Latitude. After the initial legs I am choosing to make shorter legs for practice purposes. Makes it easier to move the baton if you don't have time to fly a full leg.As always, feel free to modify this as needed. It is just practice. MHTG - MPDAMPDA - SEGUSEGU - SPMSSPMS - SBCZSBCZ - SLCOSLCO - SLTRSLTR - SLETSLET - SGME - Paraguay

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Going to take a detour in the Citation X to Lima to see my Girlfriend :) Testing in FSX

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Down safe at SPZO, lots of hills on the approach that made it interesting. Tried to slow down a bit early to control speed as I made it down over the hills.

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hi. i've been meaning to jump on the last few races. i haven't been flying much for a while. so i'd need brushing up. looks like the duenna is working fine. made a few runs. i think i'd need to reel in the gap between max and average speeds. pretty high frame rates. my ifr is pretty consistent when it's in shape. and i've lobbed a few mid sized planes into some altiports and odd fields. my one concern right now is breakups or overspeeds in sudden weather changes. talk to you later,joel

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hi. i've been meaning to jump on the last few races. i haven't been flying much for a while. so i'd need brushing up. looks like the duenna is working fine. made a few runs. i think i'd need to reel in the gap between max and average speeds. pretty high frame rates. my ifr is pretty consistent when it's in shape. and i've lobbed a few mid sized planes into some altiports and odd fields. my one concern right now is breakups or overspeeds in sudden weather changes. talk to you later, joel
Hi Joel, welcome to the team

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thanks,looks like it's clear.spzo to sltr, if that's workable. it looks like it's about 2:10. i'll post in a bit.joel

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I had baton SPZO - SLTR while forums were down.Trying to fly the 733 into a short field VFR. Took me 3 tries.

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phooey. because i made it. well. where's the next one? maybe i can pick it up.

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