The way I determine Yoxathon locations is simple, I either throw a dart at a map, and show up hoping for the best, or... I look for a good location, meaning a decent working taxidermy shop or a good building with lots of lighting and electric. It needs to be near a major airport, and have a couple of lodging choices within a short driving distance, plus a few places to grab some lunch and dinner. Along with that, 4 solidly interested students, ready to commit to a date. The host may feel free to oversee or assist, but theres enough going on that it isnt a position to be a student and host. The students must be able to bring a good sized cape properly tanned, and antlers to go with it. I dont reccomend customer mounts, but, if you wanna hand it over to a guy who paid for a commercial mount, its your call. I have most of the supplies for you already. Larger deer work better, as the supplies fit better and the details are easier to teach on bigger deer. Bring hand tools, mount stands, reference and whatever else you might want there. Each class is priced a bit differently based on the distance and the overhead I run into. Each class is a bit different, depending on who may drop by, or what we might be able to visit, like a deer farm, etc. Sometimes past students of mine come out to help, too. Hopefully that gives some of you some answers to the most frequently asked questions!