sideout

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  1. Neal McCulough

    Like me playing golf, the more strokes it takes to get round the better value for money
  2. Neal McCulough

    Oh yeah, very, very drunk Keep on keeping on Neil, nearly there!
  3. Neal McCulough

    Hang in there Neal, take your time matey and enjoy the ride. It's the journey, not the arrival....
  4. FSX crash on startup - Fault An2OctopusG.DLL

    Hi Mathijs, I haven't installed anything since the An-2. It became unstable after I made the default flight with the Aircraft. I'll keep an eye on it, probably pilot finger trouble, just a bit disconcerting.
  5. FSX crash on startup - Fault An2OctopusG.DLL

    Managed to edit the FSX.CFG file to allow me access to the simulator. From there I set up my flight, St Marys, Isles of Scilly to Bournemouth and the loaded the An-2. Seemed ok, but the program crashed once during the flight.
  6. FSX crash on startup - Fault An2OctopusG.DLL. I installed the aircraft and have been successfully flying it for a few days, I made it the default aircraft/fight and now it crashes FSX (not Steam version) on startup. Is there anyway I can bypass the default flight/aircraft to get into FSX, I may be able to fix something when its loaded? Cheers, Nigel
  7. Neal McCulough

    Yep, hang in there matey, the world is watching..
  8. Sideout

    Absolutely Gernot, I seem to recall we missed a few bits the first time around. The first round is on me, see you at the bar! Have a great Christmas!
  9. Sideout

    Indeed Mathijs, I'll be sure to raise a glass to you and my other fellow pilots! Thanks for instigating this one, as well as the previous trip, I really enjoyed the high tempo disciplineKeep us posted on the follow up.
  10. Luckily I logged all my flights in my own spreadsheet, so I had all the data I needed. Phew!
  11. oh dear, just noticed this after landing back at Heathrow. I'll just have to do it all again
  12. Sideout

    The final set 8 - La Guardia to Heathrow in nine hops Landing at Saint John Ground temperatures are dropping! St. Anthony Narsarsuaq Early morning (night!) flight to Kulusuk Keflavik Keflavik to Vagar An "interesting" approach Och aye, Scotland! A busy Inverness Airport Stacked up waiting to depart to Leeds Bradford Nice photo scenery! Leeds Bradford And finally, touching down in London! Parked up, mission completed! Around the world in (under) 80 days woohoo.... what's next guys? Happy Christmas to all those taking part, hope to join you again one day for another adventure! Cheers, Nigel
  13. I completely agree, I learned so much on the previous RTW as well. Enjoy your trip!
  14. Sideout

    Set 7 - The eastward trek across the US of A.... Fr'isco to NYC An early start for the trip from Denver to Kansas Hmm, a bit murky today. Airport is IFR..... A bit moist in Pittsburgh NYC in sight And so to the story so far Looking forward to the final set to take me home!
  15. Sideout

    Set 06 - Chofu to San Francisco New Chitose misty for takeoff leg to Yuzhno-Sahalinsk Yuzhno-Sahalinsk Off to Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky An early start for the leg to Eareckson Air Station Yet another dawn take off to Adak Colourful...... To Cold Bay Nice mountains! Nice flight, I enjoyed that! From Cold Bay to Kodiak Crisp clear air at Kodiak Leaving for Anchorage After you, no, after you...... could be here a while Off to Yakutat An authentic looking shack in default FSX And so, on to Annette Island Annette Island to Port Hardy Next leg to Portland And finally, for this batch: Portland to San Francisco The trip so far The next set will take me across the centre of the USA Happy landings peeps!