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  1. Just floating around.......

    Hi Paul, Excellent shots! Where did you get the Grumman Goose and repaints? Best, Mark
  2. Sure Scott. Yep, that was the 52 freeway that takes you to the north side of Cowles Mountain. They've expanded that in the past 3 years to connect all the way to the 67 freeway. Best, Mark
  3. There is Scott. It's in between El Cajon and Lakeside. Really small area that is considered unincorporated El Cajon.
  4. Matteo, as a native San Diegan, I think you've done an amazing job of capturing the metro and urban areas, as well as San Diego International. Are any of the airports in the coverage area "enhanced" to a great detail than with the free airport scenery already offered by ORBX? Sent from my Pixel XL using Tapatalk
  5. A SoCal

    San Dieguito lagoon!
  6. And the Laguna's have been getting snow!
  7. I'm sure you guys know this already, but the green paint that separates the taxiways from the runway should be brighter and a deeper shade of green. If you need info or photos in the surrounding airport areas, let me know. I live in San Diego. Also, will the local hospital helipads be depicted? There's UCSD Hillcrest, Scripps Mercy, and Balboa Naval Hospital that are all very close to the flight path of 27. Also, there are numerous rooftop pads, and one boat at the 5th Ave Pier that has an Agusta A109 Grand on board. Looks like you're taking on the Coast Guard base too! Any development of Point Loma and the Cabrillo National Monument area?
  8. KAVX Catalina - someone asked...

    They serve buffalo burgers at the airport restaurant, and they are pretty good!
  9. KAVX Catalina - someone asked...

    Thanks Tim for including these unique animals to the island, with their unique back story on how they got onto the island. Unfortunately, in real life, there are groups that have succeeded in a plan to remove the buffalo through attrition because they "aren't native to the island" - not that I expect you to have written code that they eventually disappear, but a little info on the future of the real life buffalo.
  10. active SODE Jetways

    Thanks Ed and John for the reply.
  11. active SODE Jetways

    This doesn't just have to do with KPSP, but it's late and that's the only piece of graphical interactive artwork I can think of at the moment. The root question is, will there be SODE jetway implementation in your current and future airport projects that have...err...jetways? Thanks, Mark
  12. Why's that Michael? Is there some sort of copyright that will be infringed upon? Sorry if this is getting off topic, though it does seem like the natural course of action to request that Vancouver 3+ and Victoria 9 be integrated and updated by someone(s) talented enough *cough* ORBX *cough* to take up the torch that Jon has left. Mark
  13. The last shot is of Lake Murray (looking east from KMYF ILS 28R). You'll see Mount Helix, Lyons Peak, Mount Miguel and Otay (pronounced "Oh-tie") Mountain in the background on the right, and El Cajon (KSEE is to the left just out of the shot) to the upper left area.
  14. Ever been in an aircraft mishap?

    While flying between KMYF and KLAS, over a sparse area of rocky desert I had a complete loss off electric power after entering a strong thermal. The thermal was so strong that even with full yoke forward, I was still climbing at over 1500 fpm. With less than 40 hours total time as a new private pilot, I was frightened that the thermal wouldn't stop (I had just read an article about sailplanes climbing well into the flight levels) and I wouldn't be able to radio anyone - I look back at it now as irrational thought and inexperience. I brought the yoke to neutral, and rode the thermal for about a mile, gaining about 3000-4000 feet total, then exited the thermal around 13,000 feet. I contemplated turning around, but thought about my VFR flight plan and training. Tried troubleshooting but all attempts failed to get the electrical system back online. I continued on to KLAS and about 50 miles south of the airport my radios turned back on and everything went back as if nothing had happened. Had a mechanic check it out as I waited for my friends to arrive. He found two loose leads connections with one at the battery and one at the alternator.
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