Post by Allan_Lowson on Sept 2, 2011 13:19:45 GMT -5
You could open an account for free at Imageshack and then link from there. I've used them for years and had no major issues. Some other sites require visiting at regular intervals but that doesn't seem to be the case with this lot.
In fact I've just revived my old avatar from there!
I tried to start an account at Geocities. The note said it is closed. I would like to post some photos, any Ideas
I have used photoshop for a bit over a year. Simple interface to upload. You can get a link to a slide show you created with numerous photos or captures or just get a link to an individual photo or screen cap.
Post by Andrew Godden on Sept 26, 2011 18:32:53 GMT -5
To all who entered, whether you completed the Rally or not, thank you for participating. As I have said before, a Rally like the GARSA doesn't exist without you the participants.
Colombia and the Andes Mountains are a challenging location to fly in. The combination of altitude and hot conditions adds an extra dimension and you have to know your aircraft and it's performance capabilities.
Some of the Flight Legs, particularly the early ones, were more challenging than others and a few of us, including myself, came unstuck. On the other hand, the predominantly long runways made for easy landings. Overall, I thought I had made the Rally more challenging than previous events, however, the results tell a different story.
Again, thank you for your participation and I look forward to seeing you in the next event.
Andrew Godden BGAD031
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Post by Andrew Godden on Sept 28, 2011 5:39:12 GMT -5
The next major Rally will be the Great Australian Air Rally (GAAR). It is held in February of each year and there will be a link to it on the Bluegrass Airlines home page from early January. The GAAR is where it all started 11 years ago.
If time permits, I will try and schedule a short five leg Rally in early December, however, the timing of that depends on the scheduling of other events by other organisations.
I make announcements through flightsim.com, and the Forums at Bluegrass Airlines, Mutley's Hangar and DC-3 Airways. Also keep an eye on the Great Air Rally Grand Prix (GAR GP) web site at the following: