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  1. A few more from my 727 flight from Wellington to Auckland. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
  2. On the way to Austin Texas. Close to Dripping Springs which has a population of around 4500. It has an HEB store as well as a Home Depot. Called the Gateway to the Texas Hills and the wedding capital of Texas. It is now recognised as a Dark Sky Community by the International Dark Sky Association, with it's outdoor lighting reduced to a minimum making the area popular for star gazing.
  3. Just enough clouds over Vancouver Island to make for a pleasant flight and not to hide those mountains.
  4. Continuing down the coast towards Bowen, Queensland. 9. Cape Bowling Green, at 14km long, is the longest spit in Australia. There is no road access to the cape. 10. The Burdekin River can be seen below the Duke. The Burdekin flows into Upstart Bay and is Australia's largest river by peak discharge volume. 11. Shrouded by clouds is Cape Upstart but we will easily clear the hills which rise to almost 2000 ft. The cape was named by Captain Cook in June 1770. 12. There are no roads to the park and access is only by boat. Visitors must be completely self sufficient and beware of stingers and crocs!
  5. A long time ago sceneries and aircraft were bought on disc. The seemingly long wait for the postman to deliver that padded package of CDs. Here is a wonderful purchase that I still enjoy flying from the Real Air American Champion Aircraft set. I cannot remember the last time I installed from a CD but I did today and I went well. There is nothing like progress for instantly downloading a plane or scenery and being in the virtual skies in minutes.
  6. A few views of Asturias 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Many thanks to Marcus and Misha for this wonderful scenery.
  7. On the way from Townsville to Bowen. 5. Over Cape Cleveland with Magnetic Island in the distance. 6. Cape Cleveland can just be made out on the Haughton River. It has a population of around 120. 7. Ahead is Cape Bowling Green. 8. Sheep Wash Creek and Sheep Station Creeks are two of the many waterways that flow into the bay along here.
  8. I saw the RNZAF 727 the other day so I decided to take a closer look and what a smart plane it is. 1. Starting at Wellington the original intention was to take off and turn towards the South Island. 2. This one of the three 727s operated by 40 sqdn served from July 1981 until 25th August 2003. 3. No doubt that this is Wellington. 4. The nose of this plane is now at the RNZAF Museum at Wigram. 5. Passing the top end of Wellington Harbour I decided to fly to Auckland instead. 6. At Porirua and turning towards NZAA. Actually the real NZ7272 was a Boeing 727-22C and not a 200 series as shown here. Regardless it is a very pleasing rendition of this old plane. More to come.
  9. Not sure what the plane is(!)but I am over Filmore Hill and looking at the Market town of Petersfield. 1. Petersfield is on the eastern edge of Hampshire and lies on the northern slopes of the South Downs.
  10. A Qantas retro 738 off departing from Canberra to Melbourne on a cold winter's dawn. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
  11. 1. Certainly tough to be sitting outside in the snow wearing short sleeves. 2. Not wise guys to be flying in this weather though.
  12. The first of a flight from Townsville to Bowen in Queensland. 1. OZx Townsville YBTL. With a population of 180,000 it has a large military presence. 2. Behind the airport is Frederick Peak. Townsville is the only town in the world to refine 3 base metals, namely zinc, copper and nickel. 3. Looking down the coast towards Ingham. In WW2 Townsville was a major staging point for campaigns in the S.W.Pacific. 4. Under the nose is Mount Stewart and the Ross River with Castle Hill below the tail. The Mosquito borne illness Ross River Fever hails from here where the virus was isolated in 1959.
  13. One of my first pay ware planes is still one of the best. 1. 2. 3. 4. On the way to Woolongong.
  14. At Canberra Airport, used by RAAF 34 Squadron's VIP fleet and visiting foreign heads of state. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
  15. 14 miles north of PAGS along the eastern edge of Glacier Bay, AK. 1. 2. 3.
  16. A few from around Nanaimo on Vancouver Island. 1. Thetis Island 2. Gabriola and Valdez Islands off Ladysmith. 3. CYCD Nanaimo and the town of Ladysmith. 4. Nanaimo and the excellent CAC8
  17. The Tempest, one from the Hawkers Heroes set. Flying over The Robert W Scherer Power Plant at Juliette GA. The most powerful coal fired plant in North America.
  18. Too many choices of airports to land at here in Anchorage. I don't think this Caravan would do too well at Lake Hood though!
  19. Inspired by the wonderful AH Hurricane that many are now flying, I decided to dust off my JF model. 1. This one is painted in the colours of the Yugoslav AF. 2. 3. 4. 5.
  20. 1. With big thunder storms through central Victoria this afternoon it has been interesting seeing the different routes planes have been taking between Melbourne and Sydney. 2. SOme flights were going to the north west via Bendigo. 3. About 9pm I noticed some were now passing over where I live to the east of the normal routing. 4. Now at 10pm all is back to normal. With more storms forecasted for tomorrow it will be interesting to see if the same happens again. Good for damping down the fires and filling some of the empty dams.
  21. A low pass over Goodwood. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. And for any doubting Thomases Adams, here is the landing although I have yet to perfect a three pointer.
  22. The second payware plane I ever bought was the First Class Sim Lancaster. I wasn't sure if it would work in P3D but I was very happy with the result! 1. Heading out of Haines AK and over the Chilkoot Inlet. 2. By the starboard wingtip is Mud Bay. 3. Over the Chilkat Inlet is the Davidson Glacier. 4. Leaving Dalasuga Island and into the clouds. 5. I cannot resist clouds like this.
  23. The last of my flight from Luton to Newquay and the hardest part for me, the (attempted) landing! 9. Over the Wheal Martyn china clay quarry with the town of St Austell on the bay. 10. At Tregaswith and the A3059 road just before touching town. 11. There, a nice smooth touchdown without any hint of a tail strike. 12. The lady with the big cones is ready to welcome the passengers to Newquay and later maybe some surfing or seafood.
  24. Big Nose at Coffs Harbour. Whilst it is not the most elegant of planes it is nothing to be sniffed at! 1. 2. 3. 4. Now off for a sedate trundle down to Port Macquarie.
  25. Even though it is not of the highest quality I couldn't resist this Boeing 727-200 freeware with a swag of liveries. My favourite and sadly what was the final Ansett livery, are included. 1. 2. 3. I had several flights on VH-ANA in the 80s and the 727 was a wonderful plane to fly on.
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