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A Brief Flight from Port Angeles WA (please view)

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Only a few breaks in the clouds on this short flight from Port Angeles to Sekiu WA.  My PC12 is nicely equipped with GTN750 and GNS530W.  Also, thanks to @scottb613 for the incredible paint job.  And also the mysterious new flight model update makes this a pretty darn great addon.  (I can recommend it again!)

Clouds and weather by Active Sky/ASCA as well as ENVTEX shader mods

30787098587_5bd227f1d4_o.jpgUntitled-1 by ryan b, on Flickr

44813587475_445da7118c_o.jpgUntitled-2 by ryan b, on Flickr

44813587305_78f6e01dc8_o.jpgUntitled-3 by ryan b, on Flickr

44813587115_8334a80070_o.jpgUntitled-4 by ryan b, on Flickr

44813586945_85b45e4eee_o.jpgUntitled-6 by ryan b, on Flickr

44813585725_a7cebdd137_o.jpgUntitled-7 by ryan b, on Flickr

44813586705_e10b5d5fd0_o.jpgUntitled-8 by ryan b, on Flickr

44813586535_6548d587db_o.jpgUntitled-9 by ryan b, on Flickr

A murk in the distance.....

44813586335_f14b82e5ff_o.jpgUntitled-10 by ryan b, on Flickr

44813586085_cd21ebe84b_o.jpgUntitled-11 by ryan b, on Flickr

The murk didn't prove an issue as I pass by it off my left

30787096577_e19da83c51_o.jpgUntitled-12 by ryan b, on Flickr

44813585905_c266465f5b_o.jpgUntitled-13 by ryan b, on Flickr

11S is no match for the Pilatus

44813585835_9305bd962b_o.jpgUntitled-15 by ryan b, on Flickr

Two nice red planes

30787095967_4cccde0a7a_o.jpgUntitled-17 by ryan b, on Flickr

 

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Hi Ryan,

Seeing someone else enjoy the paint - while presenting it so well - is certainly the best reward a painter can hope for... I saved all the shots from your earlier post of this plane... Thanks so much - Ryan...

Yeah - this bird is an odd duck - I have a hard time finding schemes I really like with it - that said - if I owned a real one - I'd be tempted to paint it just like this one...

OBTW: TSS has a complete new sound package in the works for the PC-12 - must buy - in my book...

Yep - concur - much appreciated "original FDE guy" - wherever you are - it's a super update to the flight model - making one of Carenado's better efforts even better...

Regards,
Scott


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Wonderful shots. The weather seems like a perfect match for the terrain.

John

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The Olympic Mountains were a draw for me and I finally got to see them in 2013 by car.  I call them "America's Alps" along with the mountains of the North Cascades park on the other side of the bay.  They are worth a sim flight to explore, like in a Cessna 337, or any aircraft with a good view.

John

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