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Thread: FJ&Gv2 Question

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    Default FJ&Gv2 Question

    Just curious. The FJ&Gv2 route is nearly a year old now, when I posted it it came with 109 hours of activities, a full month's worth.

    Did anyone actually do them or was that a wasted effort?

    Paul :-)

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    Hi Paul,

    I have done most of them, as I do with ALL of your routes.
    Cheers
    Derek

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    Thanks Derek, I always wondered if anyone did any of them.

    Paul :-)

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    i also have done some of the activities. Terrific route and activities. I also use Skyline Computing Activity Generator to create more activities.

    AJ

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    G'day Paul, I downloaded this route today and thought I would get the required stock first, all went well except for AMTK_50'Baggage.zip but I did find a amtk_50-baggage.zip would this be the one? No problem just swap it over.
    Regards
    Barrie

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    Morning Barrie,

    Yes, that's the one, just a typo on my part.

    Paul :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by charland View Post
    Just curious. The FJ&Gv2 route is nearly a year old now, when I posted it it came with 109 hours of activities, a full month's worth.

    Did anyone actually do them or was that a wasted effort?
    Paul,

    I'll be honest, I've yet to dive into FJG V2, I've been focused on doing my own activities recently. But just by seeing the amount of work you put into this and all of your phenomenal routes, there aren't words I can use to accurately describe my appreciation for folks like you who keep the MSTS/ORTS community as vibrant as it is.

    You also know my vocal anticipation for DAR V3.

    EK

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    About the only time I spend doing activities is when I'm almost complete a route and have to write and test run them before I can post a route. First couple are frustrating until I get the hang of OR again, then I might even enjoy them!

    I appreciate your appreciation!

    Paul :-)

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    Good Morning:

    Waiting for a new Paul Charland route is almost as exciting as waiting for Christmas. I always run the activities that come with the routes. You get a look at history along with a great time.

    Chandler

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    Great route I have run all the activities with great satisfaction. Am waiting for new route. GREAT JOB
    Jack

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