Today’s adventure is coming to you due to inspiration by the great inspirational Inara Pey and the shameless thievery of of Orca Flotta. 😉 Yeah, Inara found Coyote River first but I was smitten by her article and photos and kinda decided on the spot I just had to go and see it with my own eyes. So here is what I found:
Conclusion: I haven’t read Inara’s article about Flying Coyote River yet, have no idea about what was going on in this pretty sim. Clean research isn’t my forte, so if you wanna know more, like, real facts n shit, may I refer you to Inara’s article?
However, Flying Coyote River is one of the most interesting sims I’ve ever visited. Other sims you take a look at and say Aaaaw! and after five minutes you’re ready to leave again. No so with Flying Coyote. Here you find something to look at and wonder about around every corner. The whole terraforming and landscaping is layed out in a way that makes you wanna look around the next corner, behind the next hilltop, into one more house or cave or tower or or or. I’ve spent roughly two hours this morning in Flying Coyote. I advice you to do the same, take your time and don’t try to take it all in within some minutes.