A few photos from the KS show....

Submitted by Travis on 4/25/05 at 1:16 PM. ( ltravis2@cox.net )


Copy and paste the link above to view a few picts from the show...

We had a great show this year with some great judges. It was nice to get to know everybody and visit about the art of Taxidermy. I know I learned alot at the show and can`t wait until next year...No seminars for me next year...lol...I was a nervous reck up there. I hope I gave folks a few ideas to take home with them about bobcats. Thanks for giving me the oppurtunity, and a SPECIAL thanks to all the guys and gals involved in the K.A.T organization who brings this all together. You all did GREAT! If anybody has some pictures that ya want added to the page just send them to me and I`ll add them on. I`ll make a link to this page in the next day or so from my website at www.travistaxidermy.net ...

Congrats to Mike Beckman who took about every award at the show with his black buck and chukars...His black buck took best of show...excellenmt job Mike....

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What Lonny failed to mention....

This response submitted by Dennis Schumacher on 4/25/05 at 3:14 PM. ( )

...is that he won People's choice, Best of Category, and several other awards with his outstanding cats, in addition to putting on a great seminar. Congrats, and thanks to Lonny!

It was a great show. Thanks to all who worked so hard to put it together. Hope to see even more of you at our show in Lawrence, KS next year.


well by golly

This response submitted by Travis on 4/25/05 at 5:21 PM. ( )

Ol Dennis faired out pretty good himself with best of catagory in birds...His pheasant is on the webpage with the multi colored ribbon on it and the excellent print he won in the background..when I get ready to tackle birds Dennis I`ll be contacting you for a class or two..


This response submitted by olatheroper on 4/25/05 at 6:45 PM. ( olatheroper@comcast.net )

your seminar was great. You did a fine job. Yes, you seemed a little nervous; however, like taxidermy, you'll get better with practice. Anyone who does the type of work you do needs to be giving seminars. I really learned a lot. Everyone did a great job. Like the Arkansas judge said, The quality of work shown in Kansas is not the norm. Scott W.

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