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Just going through a nostalgia phase, and the question popped into my head.

Anyone know how Bob and Rick, who inspired so many of us, are going these days?

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Mike talked with Rick not too long back, that's all I know.

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James, I have the same question. I owe my interest in router work to Bob and Rick. I had long wanted to become good enough at woodworking to justify a router. Then I happened to see the Router Workshop and realized obtaining a router would make me a better woodworker.
I hope Mike sees this thread.

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