I'm having trouble posting an image so I'm going to reply here. I was helping a friend on the Auran Trainz website with his copy of Trainz UTC. Now he has gotten a one year subscription to the sites file area. I'm coming back home to The Old Hangar My image will be the Beech 18 over Durango Colorado, Headed for the Jacarilla Apache Nation!
Jicarilla Apache refers to the members of the Jicarilla Apache Nation currently living in New Mexico and speaking a Southern Athabaskan language. The term jicarilla comes from Mexican Spanish meaning "little basket." Their autonym is Tinde or Dinde, meaning "the People." To neighboring Apache bands like the Mescalero and Lipan they were known as Kinya-Inde ("People who live in fixed houses"). The Jicarilla called themselves also Haisndayin translated as "people who came from below", because they believed to be the sole descendants of the first people to emerge from the underworld, the abode of Ancestral Man and Ancestral Woman who produced the first people.
The Jicarilla Apache lived in a semi-nomadic existence in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and plains of southern Colorado, northern New Mexico and ranged into the Great Plains starting before 1525 CE. They lived a relatively peaceful life for years, traveling seasonally to traditional hunting, gathering and cultivation along river beds. The Jicarilla learned about farming and pottery from the Puebloan peoples and learned about survival on the plains from the Plains Indians and had a rich and varied diet and lifestyle. Starting in the 1700s Colonial New Spain, pressure from other Native American tribes, like the Comanches, and later westward expansion of the United States resulted in significant loss of property, removal from their sacred lands, and relocation to lands not suited for survival. The mid 1800s until the mid 1900s were particularly difficult as tribal bands were displaced, treaties made and broken, subject to significant loss of death due to tuberculosis and other diseases, and lack of opportunities for survival. By 1887 they received their reservation, which was expanded in 1907 to include land more conducive to ranching and agriculture, and within several decades realized the rich natural resources of the San Juan Basin under the reservation land. Tribal members transitioned from a semi-nomadic lifestyle and are now supported by their oil and gas, casino gaming, forestry, ranching and tourism industries on the reservation. The Jicarilla continue to be known for their pottery, basketry and beadwork.
;D Bristol Brisfit over Bristol! The new guys get "Dawn Patrol" and are protecting the English countryside! I couldn't find a Liberty Engine or Rolls Royce Falcon sound file! (Imagine that!) So this guy is using the sounds from the FS98 Douglas World Cruiser! FS2000 is very cool, panels from FS2002 and sounds from FS98! That's the best of both worlds! ;D