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Misty Flying Club and Multi Player / Re: MFC Tour Completions
« on: October 31, 2019, 10:38:01 AM »
MFC0019 finally completed MFC0029 on 10/30/19.

Misty Flying Club and Multi Player / Re: sunken airfields
« on: October 30, 2019, 11:56:54 AM »
Maybe what I'm doing is something like that. When I come up on a sunken airfield now I have been pausing, then pressing Alt W S and go into the library, Then open Vector and then finding the ICAO for that strip, disable it and then go back to the FSX library and press OK to update the airfield. It's the only thing I've found that works, it's just that it's time consuming and at 72 time is at a premium

Misty Flying Club and Multi Player / sunken airfields
« on: October 29, 2019, 02:07:16 PM »
Has anyone else who has finished MFC0029 had vector problems with sunken airfields. You get to the destination and the airfield is down in a hole. This has happened to me at dozen or more. I've run the auto config  program in Vector  but doesn't seem to correct the problem, if I do it manually then it works and the elv is correct no sunken airfield. Not sure if it's a landclass  and Vector not talking to each other or what. Sure messes up the landing ratings

Misty Flying Club and Multi Player / Re: MFC Tour Completions
« on: September 29, 2019, 05:21:06 PM »
MFC0028 completed by MFC0019 on 9/29/19

Misty Flying Club and Multi Player / Re: Cigar Box locking up mid flight
« on: September 24, 2019, 10:17:55 AM »
Norm you say it seems to be for the whole KaCARSII has anyone contacted another virtual airline like Buffalo to see if they are having a problem also, just curious

Misty's Place / Re: courious
« on: August 19, 2019, 09:37:18 AM »
Yup, Luke Medical Center ran every test known to man, they took blood for a full chem screen, had me on a IV bag for electrolytes. And then all the brain scans like I said. I went wake boarding for the first time with my neighbor and out of five guys, one of them have had Vertigo attacks, so I'm finding out it's more common than I thought, just not talked about  much. I really thought I'd punch out my time card

Addon Scenery and Enhancements / Re: Snow Dog Tours #2 "B" updated
« on: August 11, 2019, 10:28:35 AM »
How would this effect us old guys still using fsx, since being forced retirement I don't see upgrading to P3D of any version in the forseeable future

Misty's Place / Re: courious
« on: August 09, 2019, 09:17:48 PM »
I'm just thankful it happened in the hanger and not in the air. As far as flying the Pacer, I'm sure I can find a CFI  or a pilot w/ taildragger time to ride  with me and help build their hours

Misty's Place / Re: courious
« on: August 09, 2019, 07:28:57 PM »
It's the  little hairs in in the inner ear, in the cochlea and in some folks they get lil' crystals and when these crystals come loose or break off and the hairs can't move freely that's what causes all the havoc. They showed me some things I can do to try to alleviate it if it happens in the future.  Hoping I don't have to though. Too bad I really enjoyed the outfit I was working for, but at going on 72 probably didn't have more than a year or two anyway.

Misty's Place / courious
« on: August 09, 2019, 06:30:00 PM »
Been an interesting 48 hours, was at the hanger Wed when the whole building started spinning, someone caught me before I hit the floor. I never lost consciousness, but every time  I would try to sit up, got real nauseous. They called the ambulance and off to St Luke hospital I went. Had a CT scan and a MRI and a whole host of tests for stroke, heart attack. So after 5 to 6 hours ruling out everything else, they came to the conclusion, that I was having a case of Vertigo. I don't know if anyone has had it, but it was about the scariest thing I have been thru. Been on the phone with the FSDO here in Boise and it sounds like I won't be flying charters for a year and not even sure after that. They warned me not to fly w/o a copilot, or I could be revoked all together, which goes w/o saying I wouldn't even try it after last Wed. Anyway just curious if anyone here has had Vertigo and what was your outcome

Misty Flying Club and Multi Player / Re: MFC Tour Completions
« on: August 03, 2019, 08:26:48 PM »
MFC0027 completed by MFC0019 on 08/03/19

Misty Flying Club and Multi Player / Re: landings between points A n' B
« on: August 02, 2019, 10:38:20 AM »
Oh I was never awarded the Prop, some how in all the years never dinged an aircraft, or a gear up landing in real life, knock on wood

Misty Flying Club and Multi Player / Re: landings between points A n' B
« on: August 01, 2019, 03:20:02 PM »
Norm thanks, I ruined about six pc6's, In this air club I used to belong to, they had an award for damaging an aircraft called the HAFAS Award,  pronounced halfass, stood for the Honorary Assoc of the Fractured  Air Screw, it was the wooden prop off of a Mooney Mite that was busted up. It had some notable names on it that visited the club over the years. including General McPeak and Colonel Yeager

Misty Flying Club and Multi Player / landings between points A n' B
« on: August 01, 2019, 01:25:09 PM »
Questions, I am at a rock n' a hard place, I'm on MFC0027 leg 3 and trying to land at one of the stops at ECUC, I've tried landing both ways multiple times and can not get the landing rate below the 600 max rate. So my question is are these landings mandatory  or not. if so I guess my quest has come to an end

Misty Flying Club and Multi Player / Re: MFC Tour Completions
« on: July 29, 2019, 08:26:07 PM »
Nrom funny thing about that -6.15 landing on Harding Glacier, I heard stories where pilots would land on glaciers with their pontoons or with amphibs with the wheels retracted, so I thought I'd see what would happen. So it was a great landing, but when I went  take off the plane attempted to nose over. Had to stop lower the gear to take off. Lesson learned

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