PDX Flyer

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About PDX Flyer

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  • Birthday January 1

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    PC Aviator 287854.

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  1. Nice set of shots of a new release. How do you like it?
  2. Very nice. Almost approaching photo realistic scenery. But better than photo scenery, in that the seasons change.
  3. Outstanding. What else can I say, except thanks for all of your hard work on this forum. Viva, La FTX.
  4. Living in the Portland area, you get a big thumbs up from me!!! Looks like Pittsburgh may be in your flying future. I would love to see that one. Back in the 1980's, I visited Pittsburgh and loved that city ... not as much as Portland, but then I am kind of partial to the "City of Roses".
  5. I am liking all of the shots. My favorite time of the day to fly.
  6. My vote goes to ydelta with number 28. As always, so many good shots but we get only one vote.
  7. I never get tired of seeing good pictures of Felts Field.
  8. The under carriage shots are to die for. Great job Jack.
  9. Absolutely stunning set of shots and planes. Kudos to you!
  10. Any chance you could share your instructions with the group at large? I think this would be most helpful. Thanks.
  11. Great shots my friend. KSFF is one of my very favorite FTX airports. Can't wait to get it in V4.
  12. Very nice and timely shot. Presently, we are vacationing in Vancouver BC. In several days, we go by ferry to Victoria. Certainly beats swimming. Enjoyed your picture.
  13. I don't understand IaIn. You mentioned P3dV4 with vector. Is Vector near release for V4, or can you use Vector V3 in V4?
  14. Nice shots. Looks like you have made the conversion to V4. From the other Vancouver (in Washington State).
  15. Birthdays are a good thing. Especially when you buy yourself a present (or better yet multiple presents) for your flight simulator. Happy Birthday! And great pics of a classic. A yellow Waco.