KMSP to KMSP Round the World Tour Posted

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6 months 3 weeks ago #16938 by jer029
Pilots,

Larry's MSP to MSP World Tour is now posted in Bush Ops.  It is located at the bottom of the center column.  You may have to refresh your browser cache if you can't immediately see the link.

Happy flying,

John

John Rogers
Webmaster

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6 months 3 weeks ago - 6 months 3 weeks ago #16943 by SPA031
Thanks for this tour. I was wondering how to do this myself, but you did it.

It looks like the legs between airports are just right for a commuter plane, or a light general aviation aircraft. Max Conrad would definitely be the person to try something like this because he was into filling the passenger and back seats with a gas tank and flying nonstop in a Piper aircraft.

By the way, I figured out that I can highlight and copy the contents of this world tour and paste it into a Microsoft Word document. This way I have a printed copy that I can work with during the tour.
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6 months 3 weeks ago #16945 by airhogg
Just to let everyone know that, l made this Flight plan from KMSP to KMSP to thank and appreciate our Webmaster/President...John, for all the hard work he`s done for this website. In the real world since he doesen`t live too far from here, we would see our Webmaster come and congratulate us on completing this tour...of course with a bottle of champagne and a blue ribbon. l raise my glass to everyone who will complete this tour.

439-Larry
SOP/Mgr.
P.S. It`s time for SPA to have it`s own World Tour. Enjoy

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6 months 3 weeks ago #16946 by jer029
Hah thanks Larry,

Sounds like a good idea for the completion icon you suggested.  I'll have to get to work on it. 

 

John Rogers
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6 months 2 weeks ago #16947 by skywagon
good one larry...looking forward to bottle of champgne john.

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6 months 2 weeks ago #16948 by SPA031
Yeah, pop the cork when you finish it. I am looking forward to seeing what Microsoft has done with the world scenery.

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