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  1. This little flight starts in KSUN Friedman Mun. Classical Orbx design, is there anything to miss? Oh yes, I missed the chance to land at Lukes Wood Medical Center! Okay, let´s do some mountain flying over the hills (no canyon turn, though)... ... to U87 Smiley Creek, ... ... 02ID Morgan Ranch, ... ... and 24K Krassel Base. Remember the mission to find the lost plane and rescue the pilot? The weather in the mission was much worse, and the way to McCall much more difficult to find. I always liked this approach!
  2. For this flight out of McCall, Idaho, I needed to take a slightly faster bird. The Pilatus PC-21 looked just right. So I went west to Brownlee Dam... ... and followed Snake River northwards. Across Hells Canyon Dam... ...through some nice corners... ... up to Lewiston. Over the plains... ... to Lower Granite Dam, ... ... and finally to Spokane. Into the obvious airport. Let me see if I find someone here to share a drink or two...
  3. Luckily not me, physically: After spending months in OLC areas this flight will bring me back into a Full Fat Orbx region. From Houston... ...with a last view to the Gulf. Over Dallas, with my current landclass errors, ... ... Fort Worth, ... ... and Denver. It would be interesting to follow Interstate 70 into the Rockies, ... ... but we go on over Flaming Gorge Recreation Area... ...towards the Teton Range. @Jarrad Marshall has created some great approaches here... ... and the Snake River helps to find the way. The runway and surrounding look a bit blurry for me. A 787 is not too big to land at Jackson Hole, but too big for GSX to offer ground services. And it is probably good to keep the fans off before the ground crew approaches.
  4. A nice late afternoon flight from KSUN to KBZN in the trusty old steed. This particular aircraft was retired from the CP Air fleet in 1974. It was a cloudy start out of Friedman but things cleared up by the time we reached the ski slopes south of Bozeman Short final on the visual approach into 03 at KBZN - a nice short taxi to the ramp. All done for the day - now to head into town for dinner and a brew or two...
  5. Climbing out of Missoula KMSO en route to Bozeman KBZN REX SF 3D | ORBX CRM | JF DR400
  6. Through the Bozeman Pass on the way to KBZN. Not looking promising At the pass, much clearer than expected On the downhill After a bunch of hours this year on airliners of some sort or another, it's a pleasant change to get back to GA. Mike
  7. Climbing out of KSUN in the DA-62...
  8. Some shots from a flight out of Airdrie Airpark, down to Glacier Park international in Montana. Check out the blistering speeds in the cockpit shot of Turbine Duke.
  9. First ones with the new version. The Tetons do look more detailed, and I also got a way too close look at them.
  10. An extremely enjoyable flight from Eagle County to Steamboat Springs. I'm liking 4.4.
  11. What happened to Aspen, CO airport (KASE)? The terminal building is gone. Replaced by what looks like concrete block hangers. The Roaring Fork River goes up and down the hill alongside the highway (82) and the very steep and rocky mountains around Aspen look like big blobs of melting ice cream. One of the most beautiful, fun, and challenging airports in all of North America to fly in and out of and it should be at least as good as some of your other NA airports. I also have KEGE, KTEX, and KJAC which are pretty close to the real thing but I'm still a bit disappointed in the graphics detail and texture of the mountains, they just don't come close to looking like the real thing.
  12. An evening approach, which allowed to cut out some shadow and reflection settings, into Boise, Idaho in the iFly 737NG. To limit the scenery I am installing in the new PC, right now I am limiting myself to ORBX FTX areas in NA (except maybe Utah and Nevada) and NZ. Once KBOI airport is populated with UTL aircraft, the FTX upgrades over default (and the much higher autogen levels of the city) take it up a notch without sacrificing frames. I tried 8x SSAA for this flight but that was too much for my system, but 4x SSAA worked without a hitch. Enjoy!
  13. I have purchased and installed the excellent FTX Central Rocky Mountains. I must say, I thoroughly enjoy this, especially the Central Idaho area. Kudos to ORBX for a very realistic scenery. I live in this area and one of my own personal scenery projects was U76, Mountain Home Municipal Airport. The scenery provided in the ORBX product is amazing, but there is one glaring issue, and only someone who has been to U76 in real life will know this. The terminal and offices are displayed as a hangar, not a "normal" terminal style building. Since I live in the area and since I am good friends with the Airport Manager I asked permission to "wander" the field and take some photos to use as textures in a project of mine to recreate the terminal building as accurately as possible in FSX. I have, I think, created a very good building object of that real life terminal. In the original default scenery for U76 it was no problem to replace the default building with my building using ADE. I have "placed" my building using Instant Scenery into a separate scenery folder and it displays just fine, but the ORBX hangar, obviously, also displays, so it kind of defeats the purpose of my building existing. I have attached...I think...a screenshot of the real terminal overshadowed by the ORBX hangar. Is there any way (or if you even allow such actions) for me to remove or exclude just that one hangar so the full terminal object displays? Randy
  14. Thanks ORBX! Now I can fly from KJAC - KBZN. Jose
  15. I haven't had the chance to do any flying in the past month, but seeing as though I have the Van's RV-7 up and running, I figured it was time. The weather was fun to look at, but it was bumpy as all get out. Enjoy!
  16. Not that Skymaster but this one. Both very nice but I think I prefer the Douglas one. I did this flight earlier in the week. 1. Here waiting for start up at KJAC. 2. 3. 4. One of my favourite ORBX airports and the Tetons make an incredible backdrop when they can be seen. 5. Taggart Lake with Middle Teton beyond. 6. Jackson Dam on Lake Jackson, Snake River. 7. AP set to 270 now time to sit back and watch the ORBX world go by. 8. The Fall River near Drummond. 9. The Snake River near Chester. 10. Old freeware but an adequate cockpit. 11. Scott and Italian Peaks in the distance, Scott Peak being the highest of the Beaverhead Mountain Range. 12. Diamond Peak Lemhi Range, Idaho. That was it, time for bed. Wonderful plane and some magical scenery, hope you enjoy viewing.
  17. Short hop from Walla Walla Regional to Longview Ranch.
  18. With a B-17 Flying Fortress from Bozeman to Jackson Hole Enjoy and thanks for looking! P3DV3 - ASN Weather Cheers Karsten
  19. After some exploration of the fantastic freewere Nanaimo ... ... I left the village ... ... and changed to some big metal again. You have to fly these birds from time to time, to keep trained. Just crossing Concrete, ... ... the Craters of the Moon, ... ... and cycling into Denver. With a series of Windows OOM alarm sounds - but still working. Lucky. Now here we are, in the middle of OpenLC area, ready for release...!
  20. Only having some of the smaller helicopters I took advantage of the Virtavia sale to buy some big choppers. More than happy with the 4 that I brought. 1. A long way from home this Australian Chinook is searching out the RTMM shipping in Prince William Sound. 2. A magnificent CH-53 Sea Stalllion out of Haines AK. I am sure these were the big beasties I saw at Farnborough in the early 70s making such an impressive sight and sound. 3. The Chinook was another chopper I was impressed by at the same Farnborough show. This one is out of Birchwood AK. 4. Another CH-53 thunders out of KTEX. 5. This Chinook os over the Hanford Nuclear facility in Washington. 6. The Sea Knight has just left Bonners Ferry. 7. The Pavelow is near Redding, very impressed with the stock sounds of these choppers although I did invest in a Chinook sound set. 8. The Sea King at Deadhorse. Watched part of a programme about the Dalton Highway a few days ago which made me take a look here. 9. Coming in to try and land at KEGE. Ended up finding a big patch of grass near the control tower and taxiing in to the parking spot. This really was money well spent for me and has rekindled my interest in choppers. Hope you enjoy looking.
  21. The typical polluting exhaust of the triple jetliner B727 good visual while taking off, here in the vintage '100'-version used by United and airborned from Bozeman airport(KBZN)
  22. Cle Elum to Mount Freemont Firetower Enjoy and thanks for looking! FSX - DX10 - Shade - ASN Weather Cheers Karsten
  23. I decided to fly my Navajo (gasp! Not my Aztec for once!) from Twin Falls, ID where my brother once lived over to Boise. A nice flight! Taxiing out at Twin Falls... Cleared for takeoff... Twin Falls and its giant chasm and giant bridge slide past as we climb to our cruising altitude En route.. Sharp turn to finals runway 10R at Boise And an interesting AI traffic Horizon special scheme at the gate - go Huskies Steve
  24. Finn and Jake are busy today to I had to have this adventure on my own. Besides you cannot get 2 people and a dog on a paramotor. 1. This is not the land of Ooo but high in the Rocky Mountains in Western Wyoming. 2. 3. Trying to avoid the abundant bird life in the forest. 4. Time to change horses at Fox Park. Too wet and cold in the paramotor and time to give the Huey a whirl after a long absence. 5. In the Yellowstone NP. 6. 7. 8. The top end of Jackson Lake and Owl Peak. 9. Signal Mountain Camping area. 10. Jackson Lake Dam 11. Approaching KJAC with Grand Teton partly hiding behind the clouds. 12. Using the Huey to hide the all black AI A319. 14. Not a bad landing for me. Didn't damage any of the other planes on the ground. Hope you enjoyed the flight.
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