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Watch: Trading my bike for a seaplane

I ride a bike around Seattle all the time, but can I fly a seaplane? Let’s find out!

Join me for an air tour of Seattle from behind the yoke of a seaplane in Microsoft Flight Simulator. Do I know what I’m doing? Will we survive the journey? Will we have fun? At least one answer is yes.

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2 responses to “Watch: Trading my bike for a seaplane”

  1. asdf2

    I saw the headline and was prepared to say something about the carbon emissions of seaplanes…then I saw the three key words: “Microsoft Flight Simulator”

    1. Tom Fucoloro

      Lol. Yeah, flight sim uses significantly less oil.

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