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    Default Shepard WV to Wilyford WV in my Mooney

    It's a pretty day so I'm off on another $150 hamburger flight. This one is from Shepard WV to Wilyford WV with W35 (Potomac) as a flyover way point.

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    Leaving KMRB.

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    Making the turn over W35.

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    Heading towards KLBF.

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    Looking back at W35.

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    Enroute.

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    KLBE is insight. It's the one with darker pavement on the right.

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    Turning to final.

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    Tower view of approach to final.

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    Tower view of taxi process.

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    View when parked and just unloaded.
    Last edited by Rupert; 05-14-2019 at 03:47 PM.
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    Very well done again, beautiful pics Michael. Your PC likes the sim!

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    A fine display of your West Virginia scenery Michael. WV is a very photogenic state with its mountains, valleys, rivers and forests.
    Larry

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    Quote Originally Posted by NMLW View Post
    A fine display of your West Virginia scenery Michael. WV is a very photogenic state with its mountains, valleys, rivers and forests.
    I agree Larry.

    When I worked for the railroad I always liked going to the Greenbrier Resort, which the railroad owned, for a few days of "conferences??"

    We'd typically have "heated" discussions at breakfast there and after the daily rounds of golf. Having said that, I can't recall many decisions ever been made there. But we did "discuss" a lot.

    Michael

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    Fine! A flight of a guy who flies, and who knows the neighbourhood!
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    Thanks for the comments guys! I should have pointed out the scenery is from the ORBX North America series. I'm hugely happy with it. In fact ORBX scenery is almost the only scenery I ever buy.

    Michael

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    Having lived, worked and traveled extensively in WV I came to love that state. Great shots, Michael.

    Bill
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    Hey Bill. Happy to hear from you as well. If you've traveled there a lot by car you're probably as thrilled as I when they finally built the I-64 bridge so we didn't have to take the West Virginia Turnpike and its' tunnels to go from East to West or vice-versa.

    Michael

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