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  1. NA Pacific Northwest, CAC8 Nanaimo Water Aerodrome, LR_PNW_ferries.
  2. I find myself enjoying the sights and sounds of the PNW over any area of the flightsim world. Here's a stunning paint by EightyFiftyFive from the a2a forums 11S - 0S9 Untitled-1 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-2 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-3 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-5 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-6 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-7 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-9 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-10 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-11 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-13 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-14 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-15 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-17 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-18 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-20 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-21 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-23 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-24 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-25 by ryan b, on Flickr
  3. Only a few breaks in the clouds on this short flight from Port Angeles to Sekiu WA. My PC12 is nicely equipped with GTN750 and GNS530W. Also, thanks to @scottb613 for the incredible paint job. And also the mysterious new flight model update makes this a pretty darn great addon. (I can recommend it again!) Clouds and weather by Active Sky/ASCA as well as ENVTEX shader mods Untitled-1 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-2 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-3 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-4 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-6 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-7 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-8 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-9 by ryan b, on Flickr A murk in the distance..... Untitled-10 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-11 by ryan b, on Flickr The murk didn't prove an issue as I pass by it off my left Untitled-12 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-13 by ryan b, on Flickr 11S is no match for the Pilatus Untitled-15 by ryan b, on Flickr Two nice red planes Untitled-17 by ryan b, on Flickr
  4. Some screens from the Seattle area and from Destin, Florida... of course, what isn't evident is how smooth and fluid these flights were, especially over Seattle:
  5. Spotted off Gabriola island Nanaimo in the Strait of Georgia BC:
  6. A beautiful spring afternoon on the Oregon coast, to practice VFR with the new GTN 750:
  7. Back from a several-month hiatus to move the family and start a new job - my previous computer did not make it through the relo without issues, so I made a trip to Micro Center and built a new rig...
  8. Just Flight DC-6B, P3D V3.1, Orbx PNW. Unedited Shots. Hope you Enjoy. And Happy Flying.
  9. Over the San Juan Islands... going for a vintage color photography look...
  10. If Active Sky Live Weather is to be trusted, then today was a gorgeous day to go flying in Oregon... Our destination is the tiny little strip just above our right wingtip: The airstrip is from some of Misha's earlier work that fits very nicely into Orbx PNW. Thanks for viewing!
  11. I thought it might be fun to attach a bit of history to a screenshot, remembering that father time tends to distort memory. If the shots appear gray and dull, it's because the weather often made Sandy, Oregon a gray, dull place, visually. Lot's of loggers live in and around this area. Stubborn German loggers, who would bury money in a tin can in a field rather than use a bank. My kind of people. 52 years ago a friend named Otto, in a plane similar to this, took my father and myself up for a ride above where we lived at the time, Sandy Oregon, Orbx PNW. You can see the Columbia river off in the distance, as well as Portland slightly left of center. I always thought Otto was at one time a Nazi pilot, but perhaps the reverse is true and he escaped europe after fighting in WW2. Otto you see, was missing some finger stubs on both hands, something that could set a 10 year olds imagination aflame. If memory serves, the small airport under the tailwheel was (or still is) the home of the Sandy fly-in breakfast. Private pilots would fly-in for a weekend breakfast, and local groups would serve the enormous breakfast outside under tents. A totally awsome breakfast. Just off the nose, a field where my friends and I would crack a Keg and cut a baseball diamond on every Sunday, after my return from Vietnam, early 70's. Otto's house, at the crest of the hill, under the tailwheel. His son Mike, went on to become a helicopter pilot. Not sure if he served in Southeast Asia.
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