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Some views while Sac Exec to San Fran with Flight3

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Continuing using Hennies Baronxp challenge. It's a nice, fun interactive way to enjoy what Flight3 has to offer while ensuring the log book is updated. These are flights from Sacramento Executive to San Fransisco in the Beechjet(will change the Beechjet to Daniels Lear in the very near), and another flight from Sac to Travis in the Moonie.These few pics couldn't capture the scenery I was seeing. They were both excellent and enjoyable flights. On the way to Travis, for the first time I saw the crop circle and pyramid that you all have posted many times about. After I landed in San Fran I shift-P around and had the fortune to see Ansgars new AI heavies in the area. Once while at SeaTac, there were a total of 6 of his models either on the ground or in the pattern. Boy what a huge contrast between those and the stock LG models! I'm truley looking forward to any further developments he's making with the AI enhancements.Majestic 747 in Phoenix (sp?) livery:http://forums.avsim.com/user_files/13245.jpgYet another in same livery taxing(I double-checked when I saw this one, the other was still viewable with shift-p):http://forums.avsim.com/user_files/13246.jpgCrop Circle: (do I remember correctly that some of you have found more?)http://forums.avsim.com/user_files/13247.jpgThe Pyramid:http://forums.avsim.com/user_files/13248.jpgThere were many-many more moments to capture, like the views from a light house, various many sail boats, towers, buildings, other planes coming and going. All occuring at sunset. Sublime.Installed San Fran region packages are exclusively Chris Lowes latest with upgrades for now. No time for other packages yet, I'm in-process of touring what he's created using Hennies challenge as a tour guide.Thank you LGS and all you Flight3/2 developers out there past and present. Flight3/2 is as good as it gets(imho, naturally).You all take care,Jim B.

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Jim,That's the advantage of flying "low and slow"...you get to see all of these details on the ground. How could you possibly have missed the pyramid during previous flights ?Remember, you will need to be close to the ground to see everything in my SanFran scenery packages.Chris Low,ENGLAND.

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Your first pics came out too dark to see the plane detail. But the city night lights are still amazing. I think sunsets one of my favourite flying times too. (But not sunrise. I don't believe in sunrises).San fran is a great area. But I often get lockups when I go far west of the mountains that make long flights in San Fran less than fun. Still, I get the bay area without problems.RobD.

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