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    Trying to locate URL for a Phoenix woodworking forum

    Five or ten years ago some guys on a woodworking forum based in Phoenix were a great help to me. I would like to contact them again. The only record I have is "http://www.phoenixwood.ca/forum/inde... .org"

    I got no place trying to use that information. Does anyone know how I can contact them or if they are still viable under another name?

    If you have any information please rise from your ashes and let me know. Sorry I just had to put that pun in.

    Thanks and Enjoy,
    Jim B
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    The .ca would put it in Canada, not the Arizona variety of Phoenix. So maybe our Canadian members can help with what now seems to be a dead forum.
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    Dead and long gone, AFAIK.

    The history is that a group of folks got upset with the (then) moderator of the Canadianwoodworking.com forum and so left and started their own.
    The name was referring to the bird, not the city.
    I dropped in once or twice LONG time ago, but it never seemed to have more than a handful of people there.
    I was not there when it shut down so I don't know the actual details surrounding the closure.

    Not exactly what you were looking for Jim, Sorry.
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    Lady and gentlemen,

    I thank you for the information.

    Enjoy,
    Jimb
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