Last reblog post so you can figure out what’s all this about.
I built this model airplane for Marcel in 2012. I was in a hurry because I wanted to give it as a gift for his 85th birthday.
At that time I knew not that much about how to paint it with the right camouflage.
Who cares about repairing it since the cleaning lady did not handle it properly and painting it correctly?
I do and Marcel does too.
Since 2010, Marcel has been trying to convince people in his hometown to pay homage to Eugene Gagnon who flew 33 missions during WWII flying on a Mosquito. Eugene survived the war, but he died in 1947 in a plane crash outside Windsor Mills, not far away from his hometown of Bromptonville, Quebec.
People go crazy when they see a Mosquito flying today.
But not in Bromptonville, Quebec.
The only Mosquito flying over Bromptonville was this model airplane, and no one noticed…
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