One of my favorite small scenery projects of the last few years is Bear Gulch Aviation, a farm turned airstrip located on the shore of Lake Cushman, on Washington’s beautiful Olympic peninsula. I’m happy to say that this airfield and dock has gotten a full makeover for FSX, including enhanced terrain based on aerial photos of the real thing (with liberal artistic license taken, since there’s no airport there in “real” life). Like its predecessor, Bear Gulch FSX is slated for inclusion in the upcoming RealAir Scout package, also reworked for the new version of the simulator. I don’t have an exact timetable yet, but it looks like weeks rather than months. In the meantime, you can check out some screenshots of the Gulch, courtesy of Nick Churchill, on my site. The shots are dual purpose, as I’m also testing out an AJAX-driven slideshow script that I might use in the next generation of my website.
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