travel channel

Submitted by jim on 4/15/05 at 4:18 PM. ( ) 63.227.252.186

Last fall the travel channel people came by my shop and filmed a segment to be part of a show about people and places in Montana and Wyoming and I was informed a few weeks ago it will be airing April 17th in the evening; exact time I am not sure of? I have no idea how much or long I will be on as part of the overall show. I was mounting a lifesize grizzly bear and working on some repo antlers when they were here. I am holding my breath that taxidermy and myself will come across OK. Hesitant to even mention it without seeing a preview.

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good luck

This response submitted by sean on 4/15/05 at 4:27 PM. ( sf_taxidermy@hotmail.com ) 64.216.48.52

with it. I also hope it comes across well. I will keep a look out for it


Wide Open Spaces: Montana and Wyoming

This response submitted by Ken Edwards on 4/15/05 at 4:40 PM. ( ken@taxidermy.net ) 67.140.205.27

I looked on the Travel Channel website and came up with this program information:

Wide Open Spaces: Montana and Wyoming

Experience the sweeping vistas of the west. Adrenaline junkies soar down breathtaking slopes and conquer dramatic climbs. Scenic travelers enjoy the quiet reflection of a trail ride and fishing trip. Visit locals for a taste of true western hospitality.

Apr 17 2005 @ 10:00 PM Eastern Time


Peta/Travel Channel

This response submitted by Bill on 4/15/05 at 6:35 PM. ( ) 205.188.116.195

Jim: The Travel Channel receives large donations from PETA. They do it to help preserve all animals and nature, according to their spokesperson, Ralph Johnson, who has been with the organization for over 20 years. Good Luck, it should be interesting! Anyway, I'm just kidding, I hope they give you ample air time, I'm sure that you did a great job.


just watched it!

This response submitted by Matt on 4/17/05 at 10:36 PM. ( buckeyebullet23@yahoo.com ) 69.68.32.171

Hey, Jim, great segment. All 49 seconds of it. I guess any air time is better than none, right. Would've liked to have seen more. Congratats...


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