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Flight Log – Down and Around

June 5th, 2011 · 1 Comment · Gaming

I was disappointed that I screwed up my departure time for my last flight and couldn’t take off with the sunrise so I decided to try again for this one. Sort of succeeded – I ended up getting a bit too caught up in playing Dragon Age 2 to get set up in time!! Figures. […]

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Flight Log – Memorial Day Fly

May 31st, 2011 · 2 Comments · Gaming, Personal

Wow has it really been just under 2 months since I’ve last flown?? Yikes I’m afraid so! Luckily in that space of time I’ve still been really productive, churning out over a dozen new airports for MSE Airports and also getting nominated for an AVSIM Reader’s Choice Award in freeware scenery. I don’t expect to […]

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Flight Log – Back to the country

April 3rd, 2011 · 3 Comments · Gaming

Last weekend didn’t work out so well for a flight. I did fly, but it was just a small flight in the Dodo that I just had to do after spending almost 2.5 hours getting FSX to run again after it randomly corrupted a file on me. I loaded it up all the way into […]

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Flight Log – Flying Home

March 14th, 2011 · No Comments · Gaming

It was nice to stretch my virtual wings again for the first time in two weeks and also finally make a trip back to Monmouth-Executive Airport (KBLM) which is the airfield nearest to my house and thus my “home field”. Since KBLM is only 13.3nm away from my last destination (3N6 Old Bridge) and my […]

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Flight Log – Crisscrossing The Delaware

February 20th, 2011 · 1 Comment · Gaming

Today’s flight log is available here. Saturday saw winds gusting upwards of 50mph, so there was no chance I was taking up a little Cessna in that, especially when trying to land at small rural fields. Today was forecasted to be better, but winds wouldn’t start dying down until later in the day and then […]

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Flight Log – Weather Wise

February 13th, 2011 · No Comments · Gaming

I made three major changes to my flying on this trip: Logging flight time. I’m not going to actively log hours, as right now that is entirely meaningless for me, but I have started getting into a habit of sticking to a flight schedule. This is because 1) at some point in my virtual aviator […]

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Flight Log – Airplanes Aren’t Lawn Darts

February 6th, 2011 · 5 Comments · Gaming

This past week I developed 4 small private turf field airports. What’s notable about them all is I realized that I didn’t need to use an actual runway for them. There’s no AI traffic flying in and out of these airfields so the sim won’t care if there’s no actual hard-surfaced runway on them. And […]

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Flight Log – Coastal VFR

January 29th, 2011 · 3 Comments · Gaming

Today’s flight was compounded by weather, but for the most part turned out okay. The plan was to take off from Aeroflex-Andover (12N) and head west to hook up with the Delaware River, then follow that all the way down to the Delaware Bay, at which point I would round the tip of Cape May […]

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Flight Log – Ferry Services

January 22nd, 2011 · No Comments · Gaming

So the conundrum with today’s flight was – how do I get my Cessna back? I left it up at 4N1 when I took the helicopter down to Manhattan. I suppose I could just chopper it back up there and grab it, but that’s not really exciting. Instead I decided to do a good deed […]

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Flight Log – Airport Hopping 2

November 27th, 2010 · 2 Comments · Gaming

After spending several more weeks designing some new airports it was time to hop back in the cockpit and actually fly to them. I’ve been pretty productive since my last flight, and now have 37 airports up on AVSIM – that means I only have about 100 more to go, hahaha. Oh boy, I wish […]

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