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  1. It's been a while since I last posted - but here are five more from Oregon SD (my screencomp prize, thank you Orbx and voters!!) ... All taken in XP11 (not Vulkan) with axVision and a touch or Reshade. The C-130 is freeware. Adam.
  2. I have both these and noticed this just south of Richmond WA Lat n45.59.59 Lon w118.51.30. I have looked at scenery.ini and log.txt and they seem fine. This seems to run along the state line until it reaches the Columbia River. scenery_packs.ini Log.txt
  3. The title says it all Gosh, it's flat out here …. now mountains , ocean or beaches, but pretty all the same Thanks for stopping by Cheers R
  4. Gosh I have been busy lately. Not much time for flying. So I did a brief journey out of Tillamook, Te Oregon SD Here are a few that were part of my testing of my new sim system I'm a "technie nerd" at heart I guess, so the last one was monitoring temps, usage etc., but I was pretty pleased with what turned out to be pretty much the performance I got over the entire flight. Thanks very much for viewing Cheers R An lastly a true system testing shot (as part of my investigation into Downsampling/System Optimization)
  5. Just the one Thanks very much for viewing Cheers Renault
  6. Had some visitors today and a chance to do a bit of sightseeing … It was great … The young lass handled the flight and all I had to do was push the "v" key It was a lot of fun for all concerned As always thanks for stopping by Cheers Renault We started out at Portland International …. Pushback driver was very nice … I think he just left everything on "idle" as he backed us out It's nice just to go along for the ride for a change She does really well and is a stickler for all the proper procedures And we're up. It was fun just to see how much my guests were enjoying the experience That's where we're off to in the background … Mount Hood. It's about 3430 m and about 80 km from Portland. It is the tallest peak in Oregon Like most mountain flying , this may turn out to be a "cloud" sightseeing adventure Lots of nice forest areas though .... It's starting to clear. Maybe luck is with us today And here we are .... According to my map, thats listed as a "Government Work Camp" Time to head back .... Like so many of my flights ... it seems things clear up when I'm leaving
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