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  FS4 GRAPHICS - Album 03
   Take a trip from Bodega Bay, CA to Hayward Airport, CA
 
Last Updated: September 20th, 2007
 
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   Take off from the Bodega Bay Airport. What, there is no airport in Bodega Bay? Well, in FS4 there is with my custom SC1 scenery file...
 
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   Buzzing downtown Bodega Bay, CA with the Cessna 182. (Look at'em scram... the people are used to running from low flying things around here...)
 
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   A shot from the Airport looking west toward the town of Bodega Bay.
 
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   A nice looking farm on the eastern outskits of town near the airport in Bodega Bay.
 
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   A view of the town and airport at Bodega Bay while flying south towards San Francisco. (I have to go pick up this chick called Melanie Daniels and fly her back up here...)
 
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   Seems Miss Daniels wanted to be picked up over in the East Bay at Hayward Airport (HWD). Here I am on final approach after a 25 minute flight down from Bodega Bay.
 
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   What a perfect landing into Hayward. Just check out the rate of descent and the glide slope. No wonder Miss Daniels requested me specifically.
 
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   A view of the Hayward Field from the FS4 Map Screen enlarged to full screen size. The airport here is augmented with scenery that covers most of the Bay Area in a SC1 file.
 
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   Comparing this 2006 actual FAA diagram with Hayward within FS4, you can see the modeling is quite nice and still pretty accurate.
 
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   Taxing to park at Hayward Field. Miss Daniels told me she would meet my plane near the control tower.
 
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   Here is another shot of the Cessna 182 waiting at Hayward. Where is she... she's late!
 
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   Coming back north to Bodega Bay below us from Angels 9. Miss Daniels wanted to climb up high for a Bird's eye view!
 

 



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