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Impressive! You wouldn't have to worry about the neighbours, living out there,

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22 hours ago, andy1252 said:

 You wouldn't have to worry about the neighbours, living out there,

That's for sure the true..😊

cheers 😉


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23 hours ago, andy1252 said:

Impressive! You wouldn't have to worry about the neighbours, living out there,

But alas, if you run out of beer .... 😉

Great shots of that african sandbox!

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23 minutes ago, duesenwerni said:

But alas, if you run out of beer ....

Or even worse...fuel 😃

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Nice!  I’ve seen a few posts lately that are reminding me I need to get out and explore Africa, a continent I’ve rarely sim-flown around in the past.


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1 minute ago, regis9 said:

Nice!  I’ve seen a few posts lately that are reminding me I need to get out and explore Africa, a continent I’ve rarely sim-flown around in the past.

same, never really went there, but with coverage worldwide now, its amazing to explore anything other than Alaska and the PNW 😉

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Posted (edited)

I hear ya.  I feel like I’m automatically drawn to flying around the western US and Canada when i can’t decide where to fly because:

- it’s beautiful and the scenery is varied and interesting

- as this was ORBX territory in the past I spent a lot of time flying GA over their products

- being 4 hours behind my time zone it’s daytime well into my night here if I want to sim real time.

All that to say, I need to break out of my western North America habit and go explore the world!

Edited by regis9

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