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Back in the land of the living

After 2 years off the FS grid due to being forced to move to Australia and Dad's kidney transplant I'm finally back in the FS world.

I've been so thankful for the FS community over the last 25 years and it's good to see so much innovation still happening even 7 years after the release of FSX.

I hope I can contribute more to the FS community in coming weeks months and years and am just so thankful for the support of everyone in the FS community in recent weeks as I considered whether to get back into flight simulation and lessen my involvement in the film/tv world (which is shrinking rapidly).

In short, I'm so glad to be back. My wife is now settled in Australia and finally moving on her own career path which also frees me up to do what I'm passionate about.

So I just wanted to say I'm back and excited to reconnect with everyone.

Cheers,
Deano.
 

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Hi Dean,

Welcome back. Looking forward to read your ideas and other input into the community again.
 
After 2 years off the FS grid due to being forced to move to Australia and Dad's kidney transplant I'm finally back in the FS world.

I've been so thankful for the FS community over the last 25 years and it's good to see so much innovation still happening even 7 years after the release of FSX.

I hope I can contribute more to the FS community in coming weeks months and years and am just so thankful for the support of everyone in the FS community in recent weeks as I considered whether to get back into flight simulation and lessen my involvement in the film/tv world (which is shrinking rapidly).

In short, I'm so glad to be back. My wife is now settled in Australia and finally moving on her own career path which also frees me up to do what I'm passionate about.

So I just wanted to say I'm back and excited to reconnect with everyone.

Cheers,
Deano.

Welcome to the land of the living
Frank Australia
 
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Thanks guys, it's good to be back.

It's amazing how one log jam being removed can cause other design blockages to be freed up.

Thank you to everyone here (via facebook) who encouraged me to dive back in. For over 2 years answers to major design blockages have plagued me and always at the back of my mind I've been thinking how to solve them.

This last two weeks I've been able to overcome all that and I can't wait to post photos of the end results. :)
 
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