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Tis the season...  I am actually excited to see snow again (in the sim - not out my window while sitting in my office!!)

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1 minute ago, ryanbatcund said:

Tis the season...  I am actually excited to see snow again (in the sim - not out my window while sitting in my office!!)

I'm all set with that Ryan Corvettes are not fans of the white stuff 🙂


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1 hour ago, Richard Sennett said:

Thanks for looking

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Wonderful pics, winter everywhere and a wonderful Airbus. Glad to see you're back, buddy.

Cheers, Ed


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6 minutes ago, edpatino said:

Wonderful pics, winter everywhere and a wonderful Airbus. Glad to see you're back, buddy.

Cheers, Ed

Thanks Pal truly appreciate kind comments 🙂


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Couple of beautiful shots of the A320!

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Thanks Guys 1st pic is a little busy but using a keyboard is a pia - yoke should be setup today - waiting on clamp due today - as for sensitivity settings well  thats another story 🙂

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Don't recall (or missed) seeing winter/snow images yet from the new SIM...cold and dreary here....🙂....so, this is a great set...yes, looking good...!!

[Ryan: What do you expect in MN...🙂.....? Seriously, have good memories of driving up north, from Chicago, to Minneapolis, a couple of times, except on one occasion, ran into the densest fog, I've ever seen, on the highway...was not fun....]

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