It was great to catch up with 2008 Survivor winner Bob Crowley.

Yes, he is the oldest person to win the Survivor competition. He was 57 then and is 70 now. He’s also the guy known for wearing a bow tie.

And known as a guy who is very personable and kind.

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After we talked with Bob he was going out on a snowmobile with a chain saw.  No, not a Stephen King book.

He has some beavers on the property and they took down some trees and Bob was on his way to clean up what they left behind.  Their down trees were blocking trails.

That’s Bob.  Busy every day.

And he’ll be busy on Saturday, February 5th as he joins in on The Q106.5 Egg Ride.

Here’s the information on the Egg Ride

And Bob Crowley's page to donate to Pine Tree Camp which is why we ride.

Here’s our chat with Bob

This is why the song "Humble And Kind" was played just before we chatted with Bob.  When asked about raising money so kids can go to camp regardless of the ability of their families to pay the tuition, here’s what Bob had to say:

Both my parents were veterans from World War 2 and instilled in me that it’s our responsibility to give back. I’m an incredibly lucky person and I like to help others and to give back


If you want to meet and chat with Bob Crowley, come out to the Q106.5 Egg Ride on Saturday, February 5.  The ride starts at 10:30 AM and leaves from Dysart’s Truck Stop and Restaurant in Hermon.  Show up before that, or be there when we return in time for lunch, and you can meet Bob Crowley.  And all the riders in the Q106.5 Egg Ride.

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