Taking a look back over the trail, today marks four years of the passing of perhaps one of most beloved icons we as taxidermists ever came to embrace in our own time, Henry Wichers Inchumuk. To say he is missed is surely an understatement. Fortunately, his brilliance cut a deep grove in all that taxidermy means to us. Not just as a hobby, sideline or career, but as a way of life. A life in which Inchumuk loved so dearly, that he permeated its pure unbridled passion of wherever he went. Inchumuk's close relationship with Native American spirituality set such an example of loving acceptance and tolerance that few main stream religions can mirror even the very concept of these days. Inchumuk, your spirit still refreshes us, your past will always guide us. And the future will always be the harbinger of your legacy.