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  1. You guys are a class act, I'm so proud to be a member of Wing Walkers. Tim's wife was keeping me updated on his condition, then about 18:30 she told me he had passed. He left us too soon, we are the same age. I couldn't bring myself to hop on here to let all of you know last night for what I'm going through right now. He and I had some great times. I'm glad I was able to fly with him last Thursday and I'm going to start flying Tuesdays again, now that daylight savings time is over I can get home from work and be on by 18:00 pst. I'm not very classy or profound so this is the best I can come up with right now and even though alot of what was said in this thread was directed to his family I feel included, Tim and I were like brothers. Things aren't going to be quite the same here on out. Thanks, Tom
    7 points
  2. This mission is the first in a series of handcrafted campaign missions where the prior event results will help shape the focus of later missions while trying to represent some of the actual flow of the historical campaign. I am going to post a Mission Briefing in the forum in the days before each mission is run so if you want to take the time you can be well briefed on mission objectives. 1 October 1942: The German army has crossed the Kerch strait and is nearing the port city of Novorossiysk. So far they have the Russian army in retreat but as they enter the mountainous coastline the assault begins to bog down. MISSION 1: STOP THE FLOW Mission Briefing: The Soviet air forces in this sector are becoming more organized and well trained. Even though their losses have been astronomical they are managing to put better trained pilots with better equipment into battle and to fight as a team more often. Be wary of going into enemy territory unsupported, especially bomber assets. Today’s assault is centered on Novo(rossiysk) Bay. This bay runs NW to SE but for simplicity sake we will refer to the NW part as the North Bay and the SE as the South Bay. There is a second smaller bay farther South down the coast called Gelendzhik but we can just refer to that as the “small bay”. There is one major airfield on the North side of Novo bay called Myashako. The smaller bay to the south has three small primitive strips, but they are fully functional and well stocked with aircraft. If left undisturbed these airfields will attempt to send sorties out to keep the bay under contest when we attack. If possible, attempt to strafe the static planes on the field to stop this from happening. The Russians will also undoubtedly call for reinforcements from distant airfields when a major attack is launched, be on the lookout for these supporting flights and do not get bounced unexpectedly. PRIMARY TARGETS: At the North and South end of the bay there are harbors with fuel storage tanks adjacent to the port. The destruction of these facilities and any tankers in the bay will make the motorized defense of this region difficult for the Soviets. All these assets need to be destroyed and should be the primary focus of our attack. SECONDARY TARGETS: The attrition of enemy fighters and airfields in both the large and small bays is a priority once the fuel facilities have been neutralized. This will help future missions maintain aerial dominance. TERTIARY TARGETS: A small probing ground force of Panzers and Stugs is headed South through the mountain gap towards Novorossiysk at sector. Any air assistance that can keep the sky clear of Sturmoviks or help destroy Soviet ground defenses in this sector should be pursued once the skies in the Bay region is well under our control.
    6 points
  3. Welp, it'll be 30 years for Carol and I in May. While she doesn't have a whole of interest in flight sims she does know what most of the peripherals are used for. Plus she doesn't mind me indulging in this hobby, even stooping to buy me "things" she feels I might want or need, like the Obutto setup, the monitor, Saitek flight yoke (which I've never used). So I think I'm doing pretty darn good all in all, hope the next 30 go as well as the first.
    6 points
  4. Great looking photos guys... My holiday nook... takes 5 minutes to setup every year so it's perfect. Cheers
    6 points
  5. S! Natops....... Jerry joined not too long after I did- I remember our first flight- me being very green and WingWalkers decided to make it a night flight... well. after about 15 minutes into our formation I heard someone call out bandits... I saddled up behind...(natops) and started firing.... he yelled out bandit on my tail...... i was looking around because I was going to break off and assist... after i took a few more squirts I realized me error..... He didnt get mad afterwards-- He chuckled about it and made a really down home comment.... That was WWNatops. He will be missed.
    5 points
  6. some nites I could spend hours just sitting on the deck..
    5 points
  7. The volcanic landscape is violent and scenic at the same time.
    5 points
  8. German pilots are back on the menu. CYA then.
    5 points
  9. I am probably not going to make it back in time to fly tomorrow but I have made a new mission that is quite out of the ordinary and hopefully a lot of fun for you gentlemen to try out. This mission was originally intended to be a randomly assigned pre-targeted mission option as part of the Holland 1944/Total War mission I have been working on but it kind of exploded into a resource hogging monster that did not want to share with other missions, so it has become its own stand alone mission. There are still many elements of the Total War mission available as extra targets beyond the scope of the primary mission, but the most noticeably absent units are the trains. This mission does not require activation, you can head out immediately if you want, but please try to get everyone to join as close to the same time as you can so the difficulty scaling routines are accurate. This mission map also still takes a long time to load so please be patient. It is a 90 kilometer flight to the target, and that is if you do not detour around danger areas, fuel up accordingly. A dedicated fighter cover squad may also be a good idea if you have enough pilots, but be sure to bring enough BIG bombs that someone scores a direct hit so the long flight will not be in vain. The SDS files to launch it are in my folder already on the dedicated server. Happy hunting, and here's to everyone returning to base in one piece. HOLLAND 1944: THE DAM This mission is possible to complete with a single player but destroying the target can be difficult and enemy air activity is present. This mission also scales in difficulty with the number of spawning players in the first seven minutes of play. Your target today is the dam at Eupen. (2418-3) The dam provides power to the nearby factory complex in Eupen and much of the Meuse river valley. Intelligence analysts have worked with engineers and determined the best way to breach this dam is to attack its weakest location at the base of the tower near the middle of the dam wall. Loadout: Carry the biggest bomb your plane can manage, rockets will be of no use. Keep a close eye out for enemy air activity on the ingress and egress. Active enemy airbases are marked on your mission briefing map.
    5 points
  10. Flying Central this week "Report of an incoming attack on Douai. Get in the air and proceed to the city as quickly as possible." Once complete we're tasked to bomb Arras at various strategic locations. This mission would be ideal for a couple of players to switch sides and comms protect Arras. Also the last task will have a win/lose factor for either side. Details will be displayed during the evenings flight for both sides.
    5 points
  11. I been building these for my constant trips up shit creek , always carry a tune no matter what happens lol.
    5 points
  12. I'll tell you what up ! I found on the IL-2 forum a person that has been trying to figure out why their Trackir view for directly overhead was just a bit weird. Well it turns out it was not the Trackir software or hardware but how the script in IL-2 for " back center " abbreviated " BC " in the script , was written. A person in ROF had stated the same problem and tweaked the numbers a bit which resolved the overhead view which the fellow on IL-2 posted the link to. You simply remove ( delete ) this section from the " current map " and paste this new script in. The location of " current map " in IL-2 is IL-2/data/input/current map. The new script is : [BC_HEAD_PITCH] data_row0 = -2.000000, -1.960000, -1.920000, -1.880000, -1.840000, -1.800000, -1.760000, -1.720000, -1.680000, -1.640000; data_row1 = -1.600000, -1.540000, -1.500000, -1.460000, -1.420000, -1.380000, -1.340000, -1.300000, -1.260000, -1.220000; data_row2 = -1.180000, -1.140000, -1.100000, -1.060000, -1.020000, -0.980000, -0.940000, -0.900000, -0.860000, -0.820000; data_row3 = -0.780000, -0.740000, -0.700000, -0.660000, -0.620000, -0.580000, -0.540000, -0.500000, -0.460000, -0.420000; data_row4 = -0.380000, -0.340000, -0.300000, -0.260000, -0.220000, -0.180000, -0.140000, -0.100000, -0.060000, -0.020000; data_row5 = 0.000000, 0.020000, 0.040000, 0.060000, 0.080000, 0.100000, 0.120000, 0.140000, 0.160000, 0.180000; data_row6 = 0.200000, 0.220000, 0.240000, 0.260000, 0.280000, 0.300000, 0.320000, 0.340000, 0.360000, 0.380000; data_row7 = 0.400000, 0.420000, 0.440000, 0.460000, 0.480000, 0.500000, 0.520000, 0.540000, 0.560000, 0.580000; data_row8 = 0.600000, 0.620000, 0.640000, 0.660000, 0.680000, 0.700000, 0.720000, 0.740000, 0.760000, 0.780000; data_row9 = 0.800000, 0.820000, 0.840000, 0.860000, 0.880000, 0.900000, 0.920000, 0.940000, 0.960000, 0.980000; data_endrow = 1.000000 I was having the same ( not really a problem but more of an annoyance ) where when looking directly overhead Trackir would not go exactly all the way up ( center wise )for some reason and it definitely had nothing to do with the curves or anything else----- It turns out this new script was the key for making this much, much better and smoother looking directly overhead. ( for me ). I believe Fawlty plugged this in and informed me last night how much better it was for him also. So, if you would like to try it, here it is. Please backup your " current map " file so if this is not good for you it is easy to fix, and as usual " use at your own risk !! Cheers !!!!
    5 points
  13. I just signed up for this forum WOW what a great squad environment you all have here We 20's have really enjoyed our first contact so to speak lol ,and hope we can share some virtual sky time in the future to come. By the way we chatted about Sunday after next for our server but that is Valentines Day so pass it by your boss if you have one we might have to wait another week.....Salute McGoun
    5 points
  14. Added a second MFD (Thanks Griph!), which really helps with the immersion factor on the A-10C. The 27” monitor looks smaller everytime I see it in a photo, but I’m pretty happy with the rest of the setup, sans the lack of cable management. I’ve convinced myself I’ll do that when a new rig appears, hoping that’ll happen sometime around summer.
    5 points
  15. Well, I"ll start and post a picture of our small living room with some of our festve dec's up. I definitely don't feel worthy to post a picture here due to such great photographers in this squad, but as you know I am not a proud man so here it is. I'd love to see others as well, if you care to share. So in that--- Happy Holidays to all and here is to a great " New Year " ( please ) !!!!
    5 points
  16. Just saw this over on the Virpil forums, might be of interest to those who like to fly choppers, and they're looking for additional testers!!!! Link here; https://forum.virpil.com/index.php?/topic/2772-introducing-the-vpc-helicopter-controls-lineup/
    5 points
  17. I remember a couple years ago on Il2 1946 a Battle of Midway Mission where my computer was on the fritz, so my assignment was mapping. The mission involved beacons and finding the fleet we were trying to bomb. By plotting the beacon coordinates, I eventually found the fleet and directed the sortie to find their targets. The mapping was complicated, I had printed a large map mounted on foam core and had pins for plotting. With no images to watch the action, I had to 100% rely on the audio. It was nerve racking and intense. I vividly remember finally finding the ships, and wishing the pilots "Good Hunting Gentlemen" when they went in for the bombing run. It was some of the most immersive most satisfy "flying" I had ever experienced. Over the last week I had a very similar experience in real life. OSHPD is the agency in California that permits Hospital construction. With the Hospital wrestling with COVID we have had struggles to find adequate capacity for patients. In trying to help, OSHPD allowed us to activate an old floor in a 1960's era building that used to be hospital beds but had been converted to offices. Over that last few months we have been cleaning the floor up to get it ready and we had a number of delays. When this most recent surge hit, this floor (which would add 19 beds to our inventory) became very important. We had originally asked to have until mid January to finish the project and Hospital leadership said "No, not acceptable, you need to get done by mid December". This led to a high stress tight wire act, that involved a team of dozen or so architects, contractors, maintenance staff and project managers and culminated this weekend in a constant flow of emails and troubleshooting to get all the final testing and inspection done. I am a 100% teleworking right now, so I pretty much settled into the Battle of Midway Mission Mapping mode, reading all the emails, pushing, encouraging, leading thru a myriad of small problems to get to the finish line without ever visiting the job site. It was all hands on deck, everyone giving their best effort. Today was the promised date for completion. All the paperwork had been submitted, OSHPD was reviewing. There was no work to do, it was all about processing the paper. OSHPD is slammed right now with all this emergency work and their office and field staff were not returning calls. Nursing staff had an evening shift scheduled and on the Zoom call the Nurses asked if they could start bringing in patients or did we have to send the Nurses home. No Permit, no Patients and we didn't have a permit yet. Time was running out for today. I sent a text to one of my contacts at OSHPD on her personal cell phone. She responded right back and called the Area Compliance Officer. The three of us got on a call and had a very careful phone conversation with one hour to go for the target opening. He was not going to approve, but it turned out he didn't have the final version of a key report required. Finally he said with everything else that was going on, we were cleared to see patients and that the permits would follow. He said sometimes someone's word is good enough and that he appreciate how much effort we had put into communicating with him. At 4:00 tonight I got to send the note to the Chief Medical Officer to say we were cleared to open the floor and start see patients tonight. No fancy buildings or grand openings. No pretty pictures for the portfolio. A completed project I had never visited in person. Added 19 beds to the inventory at a time where that meant a lot. It was one of the most satisfying work experiences in my career.
    5 points
  18. frigging camera has tooooo many settings...
    5 points
  19. Casa Sandy (well, actually Meghan's place, I just live here) ... Her son's car in the driveway. A few lights up outside, barely have a tree up yet. No snow any more (had some in November, but it's been dry and warm since then), so it's hard to get in the festive mood. That will change this weekend.
    5 points
  20. Spend more time in the office working on various missions but this is much more in tune with Christmas.
    5 points
  21. Decorating while watching "White Christmas"
    5 points
  22. Whipped up a new Spit skin for myself, now I have to learn how to take off in it. Uploaded to HSD
    4 points
  23. The old.... Meets the new... And is replaced.
    4 points
  24. Grandson taking the Spad 13 thru its paces
    4 points
  25. Hello my friends received a clean bill of health today after my alien probing . Quite different this time being awake and got to see what I look like on the inside weird shit for sure.....so with that stress gone I am ready to rock and roll again see you all soon. Biker
    4 points
  26. So, this just happened... AMD Ryzen 9 3900x CPU ASUS ROG Strix B550-F Motherboard Corsair Venegence DDR-3200 32G Memory Seagate Firecuda 520 PCIe g4 1TB SSD OS Drive ASUS ROG Strix LC240 Liquid Cooler Corsair 4000g Tower Case MSI GeForce RTX 3060 12 GB GPU (yes, I actually held it in my hands!!!!!) EVGA Supernova 1000W Power Supply Western Digital Blue 660 NVMe 2TB SSD Storage Drive MS Windows 10 Pro 64bit OEM Ready mid-April? Now all I have to do is figure out how to pay for it...
    4 points
  27. So just about every day I take the dog for a walk down by the river, usually I forget to bring my camera and of course something shows up that you need to take a shot of. Well Friday I did remember to bring the camera and I'm glad I did. Don't usually see beavers out and about in the winter, yeah it's still winter here, but I did see a pair of them working away on this poplar they brought down. Wasn't able to get the greatest shots of the one working on cutting the tree into thirds as I didn't want to disturb him too much. I did manage to get a few good ones of the second one as he came out of his lodge. And of course winter wouldn't be the same without the solitary raven.
    4 points
  28. I like simple music on simple instruments........
    4 points
  29. Yeah, that Bristol can do it all. Amazing ship. As for the Camel... She is a complete bitch. But with the proper whip in hand, she can be brought to heel, and can be really, really annoying to the Central pilots. Camel insights: 1) Fly it like a real Camel ... If you're using variable throttle, you're not flying it right*. The Camel, as all those rotary engine birds are, have two speeds: On and Off. Messing with throwing the throttle around just kills the immersion and (IMO) creates issues. So, SET A BLIP-SWITCH BUTTON. This cycles the engine from on to off and back on with each successive button press. That is throttle control in the Camel, the Fokker Triplane, and eventually the Pup, the Nieuport 11 and 17 series, the DH2, and the Morane Saulnier and Fokker EI-EIII aircraft. All these aircraft shared an engine that revolves around the crankshaft, creating a tremendous amount of centrifugal force as all that engine and propellor mass whirls around the stationary crankshaft. But they had no throttle control, only the blip switch. (That's why the Camel and DR.1 (for example) turn so well to the right, and so badly to the left. The mass of the engine's momentum creates a force that twists the aircraft to the right. Turning left requires MASSIVE left rudder input, as well as nose-down elevator, unless you blip the engine off. Then turning left is much easier. Turning right requires a gentle bit of right rudder, and engine on to whirl around in an insanely tight turn.) 2) Dives: Blip OFF for dives. You can easily over-speed the Camel's Bentley engine. Or the DR.1's Oberusal or captured and re-purposed French LeRhone. Diving == BLIP ENGINE OFF. 3) The secret to turning left: Blip the engine off! Not even zero throttle works as well as simply blipping the engine off. Example: Bad guy passes to your left and you want to get on his six. Blip the engine off, turn left and start to maneuver, blip the engine on when no longer turning left. 4) Stalls. BLIP THE ENGINE OFF. Full nose-down elevator. Full left rudder, full right aileron. KEEP the engine OFF. You will need about 800 feet (250-ish meters) altitude. Lower than that, kiss your ass goodbye. AS soon as you regain control, pull gently up, then blip the engine on. If it's too slow and won't start, land, You have no other choice. 5) Landing: Blip the engine off and on as required to keep the engine running, but not making so much power you can't descend. Maybe two to three seconds off, one second on. I'm usually engine off as I touch down, then alternate on and off as required to keep air on the rudder for controlled taxiing. * I don't know if anyone has seen this video, but I love it. It's showing the start-up, taxi and flight of a Sopwith Camel (along with a Spitfire Mk XIV.) This is how the real damn thing has to be flown. Listen to it! On/Off/On...Off/On....Off/on/off ... Spitter/Sputter/Pop/Wheeze/Sputter
    4 points
  30. I'm truly humbled to join what is clearly a fabulous brotherhood, and I sincerely hope that I can contribute to the overall success we enjoy.
    4 points
  31. What a night !!! Like stepping into a yellow jackets nest, and I did get stung a few times to say the least !!! This for me was an interesting change from our regular missions and was very intrumental in honing my skills during a true furball . Situational awareness is and has been so important but I learned last night I was dilinquent in checking my six more often. Also found not to fly straight and level too long ( not hard to do in the DR1 !!) . I still need to learn the habits of the DR1 much better and am going to work on that. So, for me this mission was really great not just for the fun and grins it put on my face, but for helping to expose areas of improvement I need as a WW1 sim pilot. So, a BIG THANKS !!!! to you Terry for this great mssion which also provided us the experience of flying both sides aircraft !!!!
    4 points
  32. Took an early morning walk and caught this Heron in flight. A bit of photoshop was able to group them together.
    4 points
  33. So I was working on my next Kuban mission and during testing I wanted to hop into a Sturmo in invulnerable mode and fly over a German tank column. The battle below me was unfolding nicely until I got a bit careless and clipped a tree top as I flew over the tanks. I ended up in the middle of a field looking out my left window as a Panzer rolled toward my cockpit. OH NO! he is going to run me over! luckily the AI decided that running over a Sturmo would not be good and turned around to pass behind me. I had also set the Comm attack for tanks to Air only so it did not shoot me. The Flakpanzers also ignored me because I was "on the ground". Lucky me. So now here I was sitting there with the enemy of my people passing in front of me. I will wait for the next one to pass by and shoot it for the fatherland! But no, the angle of attack of the guns goes straight over them. There must be some way to salvage this situation, how about I hit the gear key and see what happens, Yup it works I am taxiing! Time to go hunting, but wait they are all going into the forest. Forest you say, no problem, I am a land tank now and my wings knock down trees with ease. Taxing through a forest and up a steep hill is no easy tasks as I close in on my prey. I worked my way right behind a Panzer IV and then dropped gear behind him and let him have it with rockets and 37mm to the engine compartment. Success! I must go back and tell my comrades how to hunt like this!
    4 points
  34. As promised...pic of the finished product:
    4 points
  35. So, I got the new desk set up and the computer back in service on it. Here's a pic of that (before mounting my new Honeycomb Bravo). And here's the platform I made for the Warthog throttle. I used an inexpensive drill press vise and two shelf supports and the platform I'd already made for it that slid into the drawer opening of the old desk (I removed the slide in parts). I'll make something similar for the stick (may have to get a shorter shelf support or just cut the ones I have down a bit and re-drill) and take another pic when I've got it all set up in the next few days. I may restain the wood something very dark as well, so it will blend in better. This was stained to blend with the old desk.
    4 points
  36. During some Kuban Campaign testing an AA gun ripped me a new one when it hit my wing and flipped me over while I was in a turn fight. I managed to right the plane somehow and then fighting a tremendously hard right roll I looked out my window to see this. Somehow I managed to evade bandits over the mountain and make it back to base flying NOE but dinged the prop while trying to land at just under 300 kmh and obviously no flaps! Any less speed and it would start to auger in. I did pucker for few seconds when I hit the gear lever, but it worked. So anyway my engineer Gunther has a perfectly good left wing for anyone who might need one.
    4 points
  37. My setup has changed a bit since the original photos above that aren't there anymore were posted. The setup Obutto R3Volution Gaming Cockpit, includes seat, monitor stand, keyboard tray and 2 swing out acryillic stands which I've removed so I could modify the swing out arms to hold the keyboard and the 2 MDF's. MFG Crosswind Rudder Pedals ser no.0150 Thrustmaster Warthog Throttle VKB Gunfighter Modern Combat Pro MkII. Keyboard Logitec G513 Carbon Tactile Headphones are Logitec HyperX Cloud Alpha S 7.1 Gaming Headset , backup set is a HyperX Cloud Alpha Pro Gaming Headset Main monitor is a 43" TCL Ultra High Def 4k TV Secondary monitor is a 32" MSI Optix MAG321CQR Curved Gaming Monitor TIR 5 Pro & LED Clip Running a MSI B360M motherboard w/I7-9700K @4.4GHz Ram is G.Skill Ripjaws, DDR4-2666 (2x16gb) MSI NVIDIA Geforce RTX 2080 Super And yup, my cable management sucks as well, might get around to sorting it out but I highly doubt it'll happen anytime soon.
    4 points
  38. A vintage Old Fokkers comic nod
    4 points
  39. Progress report: intro and out-takes sequences are done. Working on takeoff, flyby, landing, and credits, when all those are done, I'll splice it all together and upload for presentation.
    4 points
  40. Preparation is everything.
    4 points
  41. Wow, 2 trees Chunk. And both are beautiful. Also really love the village. I have a village also that each year I keep adding something new. This year I added a few new trees that I make from small real pieces that fall from our pines here and then use some white-out( paper correction ) to make the snow on the limbs and then spray with some clearcoat. I also did a smoke mod for the village as with the il-2 sim---ha !!!! Smoke via some vitamin bottle cotton. Happy Holidays everyone !!!!!!
    4 points
  42. These are all done and ready for download, skins made for Cephas, Craven, Chunk, Brinson, Brian, Darkdiz, Driftwood, GreyWolfe, Groucho, Navy, Plague, Sandy and Soarfeat. Link here;
    4 points
  43. Darkdiz's contribution
    4 points
  44. Well Im having a mountain cabin Christmas myself.
    4 points
  45. I kind of like these, more like press the button see what happens... 1 - Approaching thunderstorm at out our cabin on Lake of the Woods last summer. If you look closely, you can see the comet heading for the center of the cloud. 2 - Funnel Cloud about half mile away. Didn't touch down, but was scary for a bit. 3 - Northern Lights taken from the deck.
    4 points
  46. I was going to write a long, perhaps personal post and have decided to keep it brief. My daughter and son in law have a 5 month baby at home. Both have significant careers and job demands. They are both working from home most days. In the current environment they can not get daycare or a nanny. They can barely get a phone call returned. They have negotiated with each other and their employers that they each get 20 hours of meeting time a week, and they have to schedule the zoom calls around each other so one of them can be taking the lead with the baby. No question they are living on the edge, high stress on keeping this whole dance together. My daughter is calm about this all, but so serious, you can hear the pressure in her voice. I called her yesterday and it was hard to hear it. Balancing two careers with a baby has always been a challenge, but this virus has added an almost impossible level of complexity to family life for young families I feel strongly that we are witnessing the forging of the next "Great Generation". A put a prayer out there for all the families, singles, young, old.....that are navigating all this. Can only hope that it will get better soon.
    4 points
  47. It isn't often that a pilot comes along, and has so much to offer that they literally change the face of the squad. Think of all the things we do a little different since Icy and Fry came on board. WW will move on, but imho , will never be quite the same. Thanks for everything you gave us Icy.
    4 points
  48. A couple late evening shots taken recently at Minneopa Falls, on the south edge of Mankato. Just too late to get the sun-bursts through the trees, but enough soft light to make the foliage pop. Meghan was going along just to play a game on her phone, but she decided to start putting her Samsung to work taking a few pics of her own (they turned out great, too!) The little footbridge over the falls area. Small falls to the right, larger falls to the left. A couple shots of the small falls, taken from the north end of the footbridge. This one is my current desktop wallpaper... After a short walk around the large falls basin, there's an opening in the foliage allowing folks to see the falls. I'd guess this shot has been taken a bazillion times over the years, lol...
    4 points
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