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  1. Hi Bogdan and welcome to the forums here at Mutley's Hangar. Although I prefer any aircraft from A2A due to their realism, Carenado birds due have their uses, want to take a quick flight with no pressure from said realism than these are the planes for you. They look good and usually fly by the numbers, through the years I have found some great fixes over at Avsim that make them very enjoyable to fly. Want to fly an aircraft no one else has, Carenado make a bunch. I might add that the C182 mentioned here has had many more fixes than most of their products had in FSX (listed below). I
  2. I can see why he (the Pilot) fell in love with his plane. In flight sims everyone has their favorite aircraft to fly and at the time the FSX Aerosoft Beaver had been one of my go-to planes, it allowed me to go in style to places I hadn't been to before. I only wish they would have placed the Manifold/RPM gauges up behind the throttle quadrant like the one you were flying. I'm sitting here right now daydreaming about it, lol. Thanks Frank, for this vid and it's amazing stories about King Kong. Who make the one you were flying?
  3. or the old fallback, Circumstantial evidence
  4. Obligations and responsibilities make you stronger, unfortunately for some it's a Burden.
  5. Some say the Rhinoceros horn is an Aphrodisiac
  6. You beat me to those very words Joe, well to be fair mine wouldn't have been so elegant. Like staring at a campfire, I find magma and lava to be just as mesmerizing, thanks for this subject matter in a video and your excellent ability to bring it all together. Not to mention that fantastic NOTAR bird.
  7. Quite an undertaking the Allies (United States, Great Britain and France) did back then. Thanks for the vid Frank, another good one. And yes, I prefer listening to you ten times more than free music.
  8. Some good stuff there, it makes me laugh when I hear the names aircraft manufactures use when naming new tech. Omni-vision... hahahaha. I no longer have FSX on my system but no doubt most of the hours were flown in the C172, it's a great sightseeing plane and has all the bits needed for all types of flying. Once I got the C182 the old 172 fell by the wayside but I have always been a fan of Cessna in general. Thanks for your time and informative videos Frank, looking forward to the rest in this series. Side note: I sometimes think the ice age pulled everything out of the c
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