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The driftwood/habitat supplier that was at the Surry show last year ...

Discussion in 'The Taxidermy Industry' started by Amy, Jan 5, 2014.

  1. Amy

    Amy Mammal artist

    .. I have no idea who this fellow was - He had a massive amount of wood set up in the parking lot. Really cool knarly type habitat wood, the kind you would find out west. Some of it was very large, like small trees. Anyone know who this was, and if he will be coming back to the surry show this year?
     
  2. trky

    trky New Member

    I remember the guy. For some reason I am thinking he was from Texas. I did get a card from him but cant find it. If I do I will get back with you.

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  3. Amy

    Amy Mammal artist

    Thanks trky. I know he wasn't a local. So I hope he got enough business at the show to encourage him to come back. At the time I did not have a vehicle that could transport much back to the shop. But now I'm looking for a nice piece of wood for a LS cougar and would love to have that opportunity again. I know Surry isn't until May, but there isn't a rush.
     
  4. WildlifeLady

    WildlifeLady Member

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    I have his card:

    Driftwoods

    Tom
    812-268-1571
     
  5. adamstaxidermy

    adamstaxidermy New Member

    Tom Kenders?
     
  6. joeym

    joeym Old Murphey

    Might have been Cedar Flatbacks, Utopia TX, 830-279-5550