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Hey hey, another Elkins flyer ;) My default flight route is Manassas to Elkins and then back. Got some family still there so i like flying there, even if it is only virtual ;) Once in Elkins, i like to take off again and then do a quick climb in the 172 to clear the mountains to the west and head over to w22 in buckhannon. Nice little flight.

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Guest JuiceRabbit

Due to lack of interest Summer has been cancelled.

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very nice screenshots...Is that FS9? what aircraft is that? is that add-on scenery in the first shot?


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I am an avid globetrotter with my trusty Lufthansa B777F, Polar Air Cargo B744F, and Atlas Air B748F.

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Summer came and went while we were too busy arguing about (sorry discussing) the features of FSX :)

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>very nice screenshots...>>Is that FS9? what aircraft is that? is that add-on scenery in>the first shot?>Yep, the venerable FS9 it is ;)The aircraft is the Carenado Stationair 206. I have Ultimate Terrain w/the FSGenesis land-class 'sandwich', FS Genesis Mesh, GE Pro II, working with ASV6.


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>Hey hey, another Elkins flyer ;) My default flight route is>Manassas to Elkins and then back. Got some family still there>so i like flying there, even if it is only virtual ;) Once in>Elkins, i like to take off again and then do a quick climb in>the 172 to clear the mountains to the west and head over to>w22 in buckhannon. Nice little flight.I do allot of GA flying from Ohio (Cleveland 'home base') down to the WV/Virginia/NC etc area. Great scenery, great terrain, great approaches...just great flying ;)


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>Summer came and went while we were too busy arguing about>(sorry discussing) the features of FSX :)LOL, well, not me; I know what the Beta showed me...after that, I just continued flying with FS9, and 'forgotaboutit' ;)I figured the fall textures were coming soon....am interested to see all the 'new' GEPro II textures as I head into 'full fall' and winter. So far, I like what I see.


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>I'm going up out of KCJR (Culpeper Regional) in a 1942 WACO>tomorrow morning, pending good weather. The pilot, John,>always makes it a fun trip, some sightseeing and a few>thrills.>>The info about the plane is here:>http://www.blueridgebiplanes.com/aircraft.Very cool aircraft, and it has the aft canopy. As I understand it, there are only 7 of these models which were made that way.Have fun!


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>>I'm going up out of KCJR (Culpeper Regional) in a 1942 WACO>>tomorrow morning, pending good weather. The pilot, John,>>always makes it a fun trip, some sightseeing and a few>>thrills.>>>>The info about the plane is here:>>http://www.blueridgebiplanes.com/aircraft.>>Very cool aircraft, and it has the aft canopy. As I understand>it, there are only 7 of these models which were made that>way.>>Have fun!>>>Yeah, the website talks about that. This one has a pretty cool history. It flies like a dream though.

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