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There was barely time to look out the window however with my flight plan taking me close to some restricted airspace.fsscr023-4.jpgAs you can see I had to do a lot in 30 mins!If anyone wants to try this flight feel free to ask for the plan. I had to avoid the dangerous airspace and the training zone to the south west. I picked up the A303 and headed over to Stone henge before landing at Boscombe airport.Oh and the weather decided to try and distract me also!fsscr017-7.jpgPicking up the A303 with Stone henge just over the motorway barrier.fsscr019-4.jpgfsscr020-5.jpgThanks for viewing........if anyone has any Plan G flightplans that were particular memorable, could you let me have them?Rich

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it looks great program. i will search for it :)scenery is also great! what is its name?

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Cool, I'll be there in two weeks. Well, London and the Cotswold's.Been to Stonehenge twice now.

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The scenery is Generation X from Horizon Simulations, and the Stonehenge 3D model can be downloaded at Earth Simulations (the default Stonehenge is misplaced with respect to the photo scenery, but the freeware model includes a file that automatically removes it).

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WOW!.. What an outstanding post :)Stian
it looks great program. i will search for it :)scenery is also great! what is its name?
Cool, I'll be there in two weeks. Well, London and the Cotswold's.Been to Stonehenge twice now.
Thank you very much!
The scenery is Generation X from Horizon Simulations, and the Stonehenge 3D model can be downloaded at Earth Simulations (the default Stonehenge is misplaced with respect to the photo scenery, but the freeware model includes a file that automatically removes it).
Got it in one!

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Cool, I spent most of my childhood in Boscombe Down and even worked there for a year once.

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