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  1. Another inspirational plane from my youth was the BD-5 that appeared in Octopussy. Grabbed one and took it on a jolly from Aboyne to Dundee to cover even more of the lovely ORBX Scotland. I took in Aberdeen and popped into the glider field at Drumshade before doing a wee display over Strathallan before a fuel stop at Perth to carry me on to Dundee for an overnight. BD-5 is a great deal of fun to fly but burns up fuel like a rocket. Highly recommend it. Cheers.
  2. Went back in time and flew a Dart Kitten II from Aviemore Feshie to Aboyne in the Scottish Highlands the very, very scenic route. Swept up and down valleys taking in waterfalls, lochs, becks, rivers all bathed in lovely autumn light. Did it in black and white again because it makes the rocky outcrops and crags pop. Hope you guys like it. Cheers, Lane.
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