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Favorite Flatpickers
Steve Kaufman
Mark Cosgrove
Robin Kessinger
John Goldie
Mitch Corbin
Chris Jones
Russ Barenberg
Favorite Flatpicking Tunes
Gold Rush
Red-Haired Boy
Angeline the Baker
Arkansas Traveller
June Apple
Big Sandy River
Soldier's Joy
Favorite Guitars
Taylor
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Played Guitar and sang for fourty years but only been picking for two. Retired and lots of time to practice. Totally enjoy Steve Kaufman's Acoustic Kamp and the many new people I have met

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At 3:20pm on July 7, 2008, Cathal Cusack said…
Hi Rick, good to see you here. Are you still buzzing after Kamp, have you kept up the practice routine? Cathal
At 5:14pm on July 7, 2008, Rich Guilmette said…
Hi Cathal,

It took me awhile to recover. Yes, I have been practicing the G patterns and Chris Newman's finger exercises. The little finger is starting to come down. I also graphically did Kathy Barwick and John Goldie's chord system. I will send it to you along with the signed instructor photo.

When I got to the airport, I was told to attach my gig bag to my main luggage. I interlocked both, then interlock them together with the TSA luggage cable. It was gone when I got to Boston. It couldn't fall off so it was stolen. I filed a claim. I'll get a new bag next year. I'll have my brother take it home with him for the next year. I'll be going the first week next year and so will my brother.

I saw you up on Flatpick-L but after a few days, I stopped getting it. Half the items they talk about don't belong on there. The 50-100 email a day took to long to go through. Did you get to see all the Kamp pictures that some people took?

I'm going to head over to my email and send you the information.

Great Heading from you
Rick
At 5:18pm on July 7, 2008, Rich Guilmette said…
It should have been

Great hearing from you.

You have to excuse any mistakes, I just a colonoscopy this morning and it takes 24 hours for sedation medicine to wear off.

Rick
At 8:57pm on July 8, 2008, maurice desjardins said…
Hi Rich
How are you doing enjoyed
meeting you at Kamp see you
next year.
take care
Maurice
At 1:43pm on February 5, 2009, Dale Grider said…
I got the info. Thanks!

I'll email you the mp3s as attachments

Let me know if you get them!

Dale:)

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