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  1. ... and they will continue to be from P3D. I see there is more VFR eye candy in the new model, but I am totally happy with the flying in my complete P3D instalment. Like this flight (already done two months ago), from Wellington... ... over Centennial Park, ... ... and the Capital´s city center... ... to Westwind windfarm. Bye, bye, North Island. Hello South Island. Cook Strait can be a bit rough when travelling on sea level (I´d like to do this in a few years). And this is the ship one may take: The Kaitaki. Picton, the cross-strait ferry port. If one likes, take the numerous curves of the Queen Charlotte drive, ... ... passing Havelock, ... ... and towards Nelson. We would drive around Wairoa Bay... ... through the green fields... ... to Motueka. Quite a good trip for one day, me thinks.
  2. found a missing scenery tile along the OMAN coastline between OOSA and OOMX airports. I have openLC Africa and the freeware Global openLC Africa Mesh and Photoreal installed pics below:
  3. PMDG 777, Orbx Open LC Africa, ASPD+ASCA..... First proper flight of my latest addon..... Aivlasoft EFB didn't recognise code FACT and FAOR used to be FAJS, how confusing....
  4. Hiking is the ideal way to explore this peninsula. "Unfortunately" this is still a flight sim, so we take a plane from Motueka... ... pass the Motels and B&Bs at Kaiteriteri... ... and kajak along the coastal forests near Marahau... ... to Torrent Bay. The Torrent River with Cleopatra´s Pool should be just under the plane. At Awaroa a little airstrip and helipad are installed, ... ... just next to the beautiful bay. We finish the day by crossing Takaka Hill (where the Rivendell forest scenery was filmed), on the way back to Motueka.
  5. ... if I can manage to post a screenshot with imgur and the new forum design. Wellington, NZ, in the morning. [img]https://i.imgur.com/n5DiB7n.jpg[/img] I was somehow unsure after reading https://orbxsystems.com/forum/topic/199812-i-very-much-like-the-new-forum-design/?tab=comments#comment-1709355
  6. This flight leads us back from a volcanic hikers paradise into civilisation. From Turangi, ... ... at the banks of Lake Taupo, ... ... over the hiding Mt. Tongariro... ... and the (nearby) hotels... ... to Mt. Ngauruhoe. Also hidden, as so likely in this area. Following Ohakune road southwards... ... and passing Mt. Ruapehu, ... ... we come to flatter lands at Waiouru. Highway 1 shows lots of nice bridges, here near Mangaweka. Here we approach Palmerston North, surrounded by farmland, ... ... and, at the west coast, we pass Kapiti Island. The island is home to a number of native birds, mostly re-introduced. The brown kiwi and little spotted kiwi were released on the island between 1890 and 1910, and the island is now the stronghold for the latter species. Just a short hop over little hills... ... leads us to the capital of new Zealand. We pass a little private boat on our final into... ... Wellington.
  7. Here we go for another tour over Aotearoa, or (like some say), New Zealand. From the (default) Auckland airport... ... over the mudfields at Karaka harbourside... ... and the hills near Te Kauwhata... ... to Hamilton. By air it is just under 20 miles to the movie scenery of the Hobbiton. Unfortunately I couldn´t spot their coves and gardens from the air. (Neither could I see the ballons at Hamilton, did I mess up something with the setup?) So I went on to Rotorua, ... ... turned downwind over the lake, ... ... and into the airfield. Get out mates, for some sightseeing!
  8. My NZL tour goes on, from Rotorua, ... ... over the city... ... towards the hot springs just in Rotoruas outskirts. Passing Mt. Tarawera in the background, ... ... before we cross the geothermal fields near Taupo. Some famous volcanoes south of us, ... ... and here we spot our destination airstrip: Taumarunui. Looks lovely like a classical OZx place, doesn´t it?
  9. The Tongariro Alpine Crossing is among the most popular day hikes in the country https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tongariro_Alpine_Crossing . The full distance of the track is usually 19.4 km (12.1 mi). We´ll take the lazy way, and use a Cessna instead of our feet. Getting ready at Taumarunui, ... ... with really a typical OZx feeling here. Trees like these - I like that impression. Flying over Taumarunui village, ... ... and towards Mt. Ruapehu. The settlement below consists of the majority of hotels, hostels and B&Bs that host the trekking tourists. Mt. Ngauruhoe ahead. Do you see the road circle left of the lava stream? That is Mangatepopo carpark, the official entry point of the hike. The steepest climb on the track is Devils Staircase, leading up the saddle below. Walkers would pass Mt. Doom, you can see the path in the left. After passing the Red Crater summit, the Emerald Lakes await. And then it goes down. Steep down. A look back to Mordor. You see the road end below? That is Ketetahi Carpark, the official exit point of the track, where you can grab a bus. If you are not too late... I just went down to nearby Turangi airstrip. Which has an interesting advertisement.
  10. I wish we had those wonderful water colors in MSFS (and also a great 737).
  11. Some shots from my first flight over True Earth Oregon for P3D V4.5. This is my first TE Purchase - but will certainly not be my last - it is simply stunning - but I'll let the pictures from around Lakeview ans Klamath Falls do the rest of the talking
  12. Spent the whole weekend enjoying flights into and out of Burbank. However, even with static aircraft deselected in favor of my AI, an Alaska airplane at Gate B5 never seemed to move. Is that a static remnant by design, by accident, or was it just coincidence that one of my AI was always there? Thanks, Mike
  13. First pics after reinstalling P3D v4.5. I just couldn't stay only with v5...
  14. Hello, I seem to be having the same issue that several other users are experiencing. In the interest of not hijacking someone else's thread, I thought I would post my own. I have tried ALL of the suggestions/stickies and I am at my wits end. I think I am one button press away from a reformat. I have had this issue for quite some time and it will not go away. I have tried installing in libraries, I have uninstalled (and deleted the files left behind) and reinstalled directly in the P3D folder. No luck. I have resynced, rewritten cfg files, verified. Nothing. I have tried the sticky that was posted in this forum (to a tee) and no luck. Is there anything else I can do (short of uninstalling my entire sim, addons, and scenery and starting over again?) Any insight or help from this awesome community would be appreciated.
  15. It is a very short distance across The Discovery Passage by ferry to Quathiaski Cove from Port Campbell. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
  16. The ancient Carenado Mentor flying above the Oregon countryside between Perrydale and Salem.
  17. ……...Greymouth West Coast, NZSI. I wonder how many of us have favourite airports for setting out on a jaunt? These are three of my most used airports and here are a few snaps of my latest flight from Greymouth the day before I installed V5. 1. 2. 3.
  18. Thanks Ken for reminding me about the old Boulder Airport. Here are a few images from there. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
  19. Iris Simulation has a very special offer on some of their planes. Various of their planes are at no charge. I picked up this beautiful C-27 this morning 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. The scenery is top class as well! Many thanks to Ken and to Iris.
  20. Having a flight from Sedona and now over Flagstaff in the Carenado PA-42, a recent sale purchase Interstate 40 is on the left and Interstate 17, from Phoenix is seen skirting the wonderful Orbx freeware KFLG. Approaching Flagstaff on the I-17 close to KFLG. Sadly not enough time to drop in for some photos. Maybe next time!
  21. Setting off for a flight to the north of Tacoma Narrows in the Virtualcol Cessna 303.
  22. Heading off in the paramotor for a look around. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. A truly great scenery Ken, many thanks for this.
  23. 1. Departing from CYPW, which with the car ferries are the only links to the outside world as the surrounding countryside is impracticable for building a road. 2. Looking up Haslam Lake with Mount Mahoney on the left. 3. The Paper Excellence Mill was once the largest pulp mill in the world, cutbacks have left only 3 of the paper machines running for newsprint and speciality papers. It is now shutting down until mid summer due to the China Virus and a malware attack on it's computer system. 4. Good use of the winglets on the Beech 1900. There are enough winglets and strakes on the plane for a veritable art gallery! 5. The real C-GCPL at Vancouver last August. I had never seen a 1900 before and I have recently bought this one in the Carenado sale. I just cannot help myself!
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