Really well made post! Thanks for sharing! (And please stick to Schyllberg’s advice).
Any recommendations on getting to TL2 I really want to make more posts like that
The standard, and only way, which is contribute! Enjoy yourself on the forums, let your passion flourish and be released here!
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Any recommendations I should stay away from posted I just don’t want to get in trouble 😫
Great post! I love reading these article-like posts about history.
As for your question, just be active and contribute in discussions in a positive way 😉
I’m looking forward to you sharing more posts like this!
As long as you’re not being rude, or constantly replying to practically cause an argument, you’re all good! It’s what a forums for! We’d love to hear your part!
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to PM me! We’re happy to help!
Thank you so much for the positive feedback ☺️👍 never gotten a response like this very greatful for all ☺️
@Ecoops123 I will thank you 🙃😉
Yello? PM me if you want any help with anything lol, because we’re beginning to go off topic here. 😅
Ah okay thanks anyway man I appreciate the help 🙂🙂
This is really nicely done! Thanks for the post!
Thank you my guy much appreciated ☺️😊😊
I really like visiting the College Park Aviation Museum with our kids. Highly recommend for whenever things get back to normal.
@Grizpac looks like an amazing place to visit definitely the whole lot of history behind this place is unreal it looks amazing aswel 😍😍
It’s really cool, I can attest to what Griz said. There is also a plaza in the airport that you can spot from, it is neat to hang out there on a nice sunny day, and watch the small airplanes buzz in and out.
Yeah it looks beautiful from the pictures I’m going to be doing more of these airports with a bit of historical backgrounds 😊
Well I learned something. Thanks for posting, I really like these posts about historic airports and planes!