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  1. N330DG

    Gett'n High

    Thanks, all ! Yeah, the nice thing is, that everyone can make what he wants out of this sim. So many possibilities !
  2. A short flight from Aspen (KASE) to Leadville (KLXV), which is is North America's highest public use airport at an altitude of 9.934 feet. Departing Aspen - already a high altitude airport at 7.837 ft. Following Roaring Fork River on our way to Independence Pass. Make sure to take all the right valleys 😉 Independence Pass (12.093 ft) brings non turbocharged pistons near to their service ceiling. Twin Lakes come into view. Left and right is really high terrain with a couple of 14'ers. Turning north at Twin Lakes On the approach to Leadville Turning final for RW 16 at Leadville Thanks for flying with me !
  3. N330DG

    So, this happened tonight...

    looks like a ramp check to me ...
  4. N330DG

    Dusk Flight to John Wayne

    great set & that cabin interior - whoa !!
  5. N330DG

    Morning flight to Corfu

    #1 looks awesome real.
  6. N330DG

    Something Different

    No, i wasn't looking for another time sink. Just a little fun now and then. I really enjoy the simplicity of this game. Just a little more complex than Tetris
  7. A couple of shots from World Of Warplanes. Yes, it's arcade, Yes it's not a simulation and Yes it has absolutely no systems depth. But: It's sooo much fun... And it accelerates your heart rate too Furthermore, it's absolutely free if you can resist the temptation of paying money for progressing the tech trees faster ...
  8. N330DG

    Amsterdam to Manchester

    every piece of land seems to be used already...
  9. A couple of shots from today's flight around Wenatchee in the Cascade Range, captured on the fly with SAG-TV: Thanks!
  10. How was precipitation in California, especially in the Sierra Nevada this winter?