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Look! There's a clearance between two high mountains!
Nice! Put an airfield there and make the runway heading straight into the mountains.

That's Strom Field, in a nutshell. The runway is 1800ft long and sitting between two close mountains and the runways are rotated towards the mountains. Landing is a challenging thing, especially on RWY 7.
Strom Field is located right next to Morton, WA, US and a few miles out of Mt. Rainer, making it a convenient place to explore the area and for a quick hop to Ranger Creek (21W).
The city is very interesting to explore as there are apparently more parked cars than residents and at least 4 huge timber and logging companies.

Airnav lists a land-base beacon (white green) but I could not spot it either from gmaps o street view so I'm ommitting it. Additionally, I tried to model the ditch along the runway but could not terraform such a narrow object without creating problems on the runway or nearby farm.

Strom was featured in Georender 6 by Richard Goldstein along with S86 Sky Harbor (no longer operative and dismantled to make place for a housing project).
This scenario concludes my Georender hommage series. (and my winter holidays :) )

Happy landings.

Reference (worth reading)
* https://www.airnav.com/airport/39p

CREDITS - IMPORTANT NOTE - READ CAREFULLY
In order for this scenario to work correctly you need to have installed Dave's 3D People Libbrary by BadMed (https://flightsim.to/file/5452/dave-s-3d-people-library)
Many many thanks to BadMed for this precious library.


Pretty empty over here.


Pretty empty over here.

  • Version 1.1.0 January 25, 2021

    - removed LSZS dependency and used standard SDK fence
    - added farm animals (must have MSFS Japan Update installed to view them)
    - enlarged parking spots to spawn greater variety of AI

  • Version 1.0.1 January 14, 2021

  • Launched January 09, 2021

    Initial release of this file just launched. Welcome aboard!