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View from the office Start of a new day as a freight dog in FSE Rate Topic: -----

#1 User is offline   Stevo 

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Posted 20 June 2010 - 06:59 AM

Just a couple of snaps from the charter flight I've just started on my new addiction, FSEconomy. Thanks to the guys at FSBreak for pointing it out (taken me ages to get the time to get started though).

I bought this Husky with some hard-earned over in NY state and have been ferrying it across the country for the last two weeks. This should be my second last hop before reaching home base in the Inside Passage.



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Posted 20 June 2010 - 03:53 PM

Great shots! Lovely lighting.
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Posted 21 June 2010 - 12:41 AM

Thanks Brendan.

And here's a few more from the last stage...


Tamgas Harbour - my first landing in the Inside Passage! Allowed myself a bottle of Alaskan Pale Ale to celebrate.

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Tracking north up Stephen Passage.. getting close now.

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Turning final to 26 at PAJN


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Unloading at PAJN. Now to find a permanent tiedown spot and start work!

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And here's the route. Started at Mechanicville (K27) on the 4th of June and arrived at Juneau (PAJN) today. Only three short legs flown without paying cargo. Yippee. Airframe and engine were both at 0 hours when I bought it and now at 53.02, on the downhill run to the 100hr service!

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Cheers!
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