Trip Tics (tix) are hand-written instructions for getting from point A to point B using the pilot's knowledge of the geography. These are "turn for turn" instructions. In the "real" world of bush flying in Misty Fjords, the pilots must ferry people from Ketchikan to the outlying cabins in the fjords. Some destinations are difficult to find even when you know your way.
To make it even more interesting, the weather is usually rainy with low overcast. So rather than flying direct, the pilots tend to stay below the cloud ceiling, meaning they must fly around and between mountains. If a pilot goes above the clouds, there is always the danger of finding a mountainside on the way back down through the clouds. So flying close to the water and between the mountains is the safest choice.
I once asked a DHC-2 pilot, while we were flying, how do you know where all these things are? He reached under the seat and pulled out a cigar box. In it were pieces of paper with the name of the destination and "turn by turn" instructions to locate the destination. They were in no order, had some greasy fingerprints on them and were obviously well-used.
With the Trip Tix, we've attempted to create that little box of instructions. If one of our addon sceneries has a Trip Tic ... you will see an icon as below. Click on it and you will be reaching into the cigar box and pulling out the VFR instructions you need to find the destination. Here is an example:
Click on Icon to see the Hunter Bay Cannery Trip Tic