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  1. #26
    bout 10 minutes out. gps says 7 but I'm gonna float it in
    "May fortune favor the foolish"
    MaddogK

  2. #27
    down and green, baton free KMLI

    Here's the flight link, I'm still looking for where duenna put the output files.
    http://fs-duenna.com/flights/ShowFli...pBKlEmMf8Oq3lk
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    "May fortune favor the foolish"
    MaddogK

  3. #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaddogK View Post
    down and green, baton free KMLI

    Here's the flight link, I'm still looking for where duenna put the output files.
    http://fs-duenna.com/flights/ShowFli...pBKlEmMf8Oq3lk
    Should be - MyDocuments\FSDuenna

    "To some the sky is the limit. To others it is home" anon.
    “Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new.” -Albert Einstein


  4. #29
    First flight - KMLI - KSBN in FS9 RW flying the F7F-300 by whats his name
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  5. #30
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    Quote Originally Posted by Milton Shupe View Post
    First flight - KMLI - KSBN in FS9 RW flying the F7F-300 by whats his name
    Good choice. I hear that's a pretty nice plane...
    - Paul

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  6. #31
    First flight okay so far; tailwind kickin' it

    http://www.sim-outhouse.net/downloads/SOHTeam/rtw.jpg
    Milton Shupe
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  7. #32
    Crashed a great aircraft! Distracted by Cat jumping on desk, then wife setting dinner on desk as I was fast descending to airport.
    An apparent irreconcilable difference between the aircraft and terra firma.

    Well, for some reason, my attachments are not showing here.

    I'll post to .net and use links that way.

    http://www.sim-outhouse.net/download...g_18-24-29.TXT

    http://www.sim-outhouse.net/download...g_18-24-29.JPG
    Milton Shupe
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  8. #33
    Quote Originally Posted by srgalahad View Post
    Should be - MyDocuments\FSDuenna
    Ya, that was weird, Duenna created the folder by date as it always did, but only placed the log in it, the other two files were in the documents/duenna root folder. I changed the destination folder to output, we'll see if put's it in the date folder it creates for the log.
    "May fortune favor the foolish"
    MaddogK

  9. #34
    Crashed a great aircraft! Distracted by Cat jumping on desk, then wife setting dinner on desk as I was fast descending to airport.
    Isn't it uncanny how kitties and wives always manage to interrupt your concentration on approach? Usually on short final.
    It's like they almost have an instinct, or psychic ability. Daddy's on final, quick, require his attention!
    I understand kitties. After all, they are psychic about evil anyway. We have 3, I know how they are...

    Oh well, have fun anyhow!
    Pat☺
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  10. #35
    Ok, ok, you tempted me. I can't resist...

    I have the baton at KMLI to KBKL in that F7F-3 y'all keep talking about. FSRealWX.
    Looks like the view on landing ought to be very nice. Right on the lake. Who could ask for more?
    Not counting the snow showers I get to launch in. FUN!

    Pat☺
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  11. #36
    Beautiful flight, once I got above the clouds, anyway.
    I was right, too, lovely views on approach!
    Baton is free at KBKL!
    Duenna to follow



    flightlog_20190131215352.txt



    Beautiful approach and landing views, too.

    Have fun all!
    Pat☺
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  12. #37
    I have the Baton KBKL-KLGA in the 2015 SOH F7F

    Fair skies and following winds,

    Frank

  13. #38
    Thought I had everything set on the Duenna... Ponch says to self, "Try again, lunkhead!"

    I have the Baton KBKL-KLGA in the 2015 SOH F7F
    Fair skies and following winds,

    Frank

  14. #39
    30 min out + approach
    Fair skies and following winds,

    Frank

  15. #40
    20 min out + approach. Last position report.
    Fair skies and following winds,

    Frank

  16. #41
    Baton is free at KLGA.

    That was fun! Where to next?


    flightlog_20190201040630.txt
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    Fair skies and following winds,

    Frank

  17. #42
    I wasn't sure where to put this, but I wanted to give all my wonderful Team-mates a HU:
    I fell today and broke my kneecap (the patella) clean in two. Hurts like an SOB, won't bear any weight. I don't know, but I have a sick feeling I'll have to go in for surgery, either replace the entire patellar bone, or repair it. This also means the wonderful joy of rehab. Needless to say, if I'm n rehab, or something, no flights for me.
    Really bums me out, as I wanted to get in at least ONE flight during the last Race, but don't count on me. I have the sick feeling they're going to carve me like a Thanksgiving turkey, but am hoping not. The ER just sent me home without admitting me after the DR assigned when I went in consulted the Ortho Surgeon, so maybe....

    Here's hoping, anyway. I've been cut on enough for several lifetimes!
    Anywho. I'll try to keep up on the forum here, and if it's at possible, get in on a flight or two, even if it's just as "another" pilot. Not a wingman, just an addon. I'm currently parked firmly in my easy chair, that I fly from, so maybe.

    I just wanted to let y'all know not to rely on my being available for a while. At least till I learn to walk, again...
    Pat☺
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    Ouch, that sounds painful Pat, sorry to hear that. All the best for a swift recovery! Take care.
    Martin (FS RTW Race pilot 2009-19)
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    Let's keep heading East. To London (EGLL), for example...

    I have the baton in the Virtavia F-80 FSX, KLGA to KPNN, FSRealWX Pro.
    Martin (FS RTW Race pilot 2009-19)
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    The baton is free at KPNN (Princeton).

    http://fs-duenna.com/flights/logs/rN...buMO1TIvDA.txt




    It got horribly foggy on approach. Thankfully with full flaps the F-80 can fly at 135 knots, while I desperately search for sight of the airstrip while at treetop level. Used all the runway!


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  21. #46
    I echo Martin's sentiment. That DOES sound painful! Here's hoping that all goes well, that the docs can be minimally invasive, and that you will come out of this maximally recovered. Here's to a speedy recovery.

    Our best to you and Wendy

    Frank and Patrice
    Fair skies and following winds,

    Frank

  22. #47
    I have the Baton KPNN-CYYT in the Mario Noriega P180 Avanti.
    Fair skies and following winds,

    Frank

  23. #48
    Uh-oh! I just remembered that the site gets hinky at about 0600Z. If I can't post here at .com, I'll post over at .net.
    Fair skies and following winds,

    Frank

  24. #49
    Baton is free at CYYT.


    flightlog_20190202061503.txt
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    Fair skies and following winds,

    Frank

  25. #50
    We might want to check the permissions for everybody on the Team over on the .net side. I discovered that I could not start a thread ---or--- post any replies! Very frustrating! If this was an actual Race situation, this could have cost the Team a good fifteen or twenty minutes! Let's make sure we have everything in order.
    Just bringing it to everyone's attention,

    Frank
    Fair skies and following winds,

    Frank

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