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PNW: Low and Fast (Part 1)

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Purchased Washington HD for XP11 (sale)....200+ GB SSD space heh....but I've always wanted to try at least one of these sceneries.  (Now with the GTX 1080 Ti the vram is no factor).  The promo shots of TE Washington are mostly all higher altitude but I wanted to show people what it looks like around 1000 AGL.  Overall it still looks really nice.  I'm using the amazing JRollon Marchetti SF260 with RXP GTN for my touring.  I plan to fly all over the Olympic Mountain area.  

Part 1 consists of me departing Bowerman (famous Orbx landmark hehe) and heading west to the coast, flying over Ocean Shores W04, and up towards Covalis State S16 (airport on a beach), and then north to Point Grenville, taking a turn to the east at Taholah following the Quinault River ending at Lake Quinault

Enjoy!

49147177378_ea08c7d167_o.pngUntitled-1 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr

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Very nice flight and screenies, Ryan


Any attempt to stretch fuel is guaranteed to increase headwinds

My specs: Intel Core i7-4790 @ 3.6 Ghz, NVidia GeForce GTX970, 32GB RAM, screen resolution: 2560x1080

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Great shots of the SF260! Really a great bird to fly.


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WOW that looks amazing!


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