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March 07 - AotD Poll
March 7, 2014
This week's winning aerocache was submitted by one of our loyal fans and fellow pilots, AlbacoreTunaMan. If you're familiar with this navigational beacon and its actual location, you could've started your trip from the Hilo International Airport and found the minor light right away. But to make it a little more challenging, AlbacoreTunaMan had you start at Bradshaw AAF, which was much further away. Regardless, the pyramidal tower can be found along the coast of Hilo Bay. In fact, there is a live cam sitting on the Pacific Tsunami Museum where you can actually see the tower. Check it out here and see if it looks the same as it did when you found it in game.
Now it's that time of the week again where the community gets to weigh in on their favorite aercocache from last week, with some of them located in Hawaii and others from Alaska. And you the Flight player get to tell us which of the week's Aerocache of the Day locations you liked best - and therefore which Aerocache of the Day should become permanently available.
Here are this week's Aerocaches to choose from:
- Mount Vsevidof
- Halfway Tower, submitted by community member Air1
- Ester Gold Dredge
- Lulu Limbo
- Kasegaluk Lagoon
- The Big Hole, submitted by community member Mike.
- Maluaka Beach
This week, the winning Aerocache is:
Coconut Bay Light, submitted by community member AlbacoreTunaMan.
For those of you who may have missed this Aerocache last week, it will be available permanently in the game shortly.
If you have a Facebook account, head on over to the MS Flight Facebook page and leave us a message indicating your favorite aerocache of the week! If you do not use Facebook, post your votes in the blog comments and we'll add them to the count!
As always, let's hear those votes!
Aerocache of the Day
FROM THE FLIGHT TEAM
Meant to be flown at Dusk. "Day is done, gone the sun / From the lakes, from the hills, from the sky / All is well, safely rest / God is nigh" Submitted by community member Travis Tea
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