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  1. I broke my shiny new Cessna 337 and Benny through his outside contacts found one I could use through the weekend if I don't leave it in the bottomof some canyon. Flying deeper in the New guinea bush with a repaint by Richard Luycx for New Zealand Aerial Mapping tasks. I fly from the lower elevation strip (Asimba) to Yongai at a higher elevation and return. Scenery is Orbx's Global Base with 7 airports (TAP Tapini) package. I've never seen so many butterflies ...
  2. Here's a couple shots of typical FSX "Rookie" mistakes. Both accidents happened because of my failure to make sure on final approach that my gear was down and that I had "three in the green". In both cases I walked away with only a bruised ego. Strangely I was surprised to see that FSX modeled an "aircraft sliding on it's belly" with no landing gear extended fairly well. In both cases each aircraft didn't defy the laws of physics and bounce up in the air like an Indian rubber ball. Cheers, Jocko.
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