Intermission

Don’t worry!

First of all, no worries! Yes, I’m still alive 😀 I received some questions about what happened to the FSX World Tour and I feel obliged to put a little update on the website to tell what’s going on and what the future plans are.

Work, work, work

Doing the world tour in real-time, including the recording of additional video or capturing screenshots, and writing the blog, takes up a lot of time. I want to avoid posting articles that are dull and boring, without a decent text, screenshots or video. Quality is important and if I want this website to be a good future reference for other virtual pilots, then I have to keep a close watch on the quality.

However, my day time job as manager of a company also takes up a lot of time and that’s what pays the bills. These last few months, after New Year, have been very hectic, so it wasn’t easy to get some flying time, even at evening or night hours. To avoid posting garbage, I decided to build in a temporary break.

So, what’s the plan?

There’s no end date for FSX World Tour, so I’m not committing myself to a deadline. My daily job involves already a lot of deadlines, so I don’t need those in my spare time. Depending on how my current amount of work evolves, I will hop into the virtual cockpit again and take off to our next destination. When will this be? I’m hoping to start again in the near future, but I don’t want to commit myself to a date. I will restart and I will finish the world tour, but at this time priorities in life have changed… for a while. The passion for flying is still burning heavily inside, so it’s just a matter of time before we can continue.

Keep an eye on the blog, Facebook page or Twitter (I don’t spam post, so I won’t “pollute” your timeline 😀 ) and you’ll hear from me when I’m spreading the wings and fly into the blue skies again! 😉

Thanks for following and see you soon!

2 thoughts on “Intermission

  1. Hi,

    I like your site. Please tell me what aircraft is that? It’s a really beautiful plane. Do you have a link – whether freeware or payware I would love to fly it.

    Cheers,

    John

    Vancouver, Canada

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