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Taken a few years back during Rick Scott's Swiftfest in Oliver B.C.
This was taken over Okanagan Lake on a return flight from Vernon.

Taken before Gene Gillott bought it in 1962 so is probably
taken in the late 50's or early 60's.

Taken over 30 years ago in it's first paint scheme
that Gene Gillott did after he bought it.

I is somewhere between 25 and 30 years ago when we first
started painting the 6 Canadian Swifbirds machines. No 107 is the
"lead" aircraft with Mel Clerihue's machine in "close trail". The
balance of the planes were painted in the following years.

Canadian Swiftbirds along with a
shot taken of S/N 107 (No. 2) with Rick Scott on my wing (No. 4). The
photo was taken by Gay Northey from John Northy's Swift (No. 1) and
there were two additional swifts on his port side.