August 11 – 15, 2003

Featured Instructors:
Bob Berry, Lori Corbett, Kirt Curtis, George Kruth, and David Sabol

“Carving Wildlife in West Yellowstone” will be a carving experience like no other. The seminar will be held august 4 through 8, 2003 at the Lionshead Resort in West Yellowstone, Montana. It will feature some of the most honored and recognized carving instructors in the country.
Yellowstone is one of the most unique places in America. West Yellowstone, MT, located at the west entrance of Yellowstone National Park, offers close proximity to several Blue Ribbon Trout Streams, unsurpassed lake fishing, extensive wildlife viewing, and some of the most impressive scenery in the world. Approximately 70% of the worlds geothermal features are located in Yellowstone National Park.
Lionshead Resort is located 7 Miles west of West Yellowstone, MT on highway 20. The resort includes an RV Park (with tent sites), a Super 8 Motel, and a restaurant. Spouses of students are encouraged to attend as there will be a variety of non-carving activities available, including guided beginner level fly fishing trips, sightseeing and shopping trips, and crafts. There will be a steak and chicken cook-out on Friday night (included in class fee).
For further information, contact Royann Baum at 801-373-5729 or email her at rbaum1650@aol.com

Bob Berry - $500.00 --- Lori Corbett - $575.00 --- Kirt Curtis - $250.00
George Kruth - $475.00 --- David Sabol - $200.00

Registration:

Deadline for registration is July 3, 2003. Half of class fee due at time of registration. The other half is due no later than two weeks prior to the beginning of class. Classes limited to 12 students – First come, first served. For further information or to register, contact Royann Baum by phone at

801-373-5729

or e-mail at

rbaum1650@aol.com

Lodging:

Lionshead RV Park (May thru Oct) 406-646-7662 or winter at 817-646-9584. Full information at www.wyellowstone.com/lionshead Super 8 Motel (open all year) – 406-646-9584 or 1800-800-8000

General information:

The city of West Yellowstone offers a wide variety of restraints, shop, entertainment, and fly-fishing guides. The IMAX Theatre, the Grizzly Discovery Center, and the Yellowstone Museum provide a wealth of information about the geography, wildlife, and history of the area. The Playmill Theatre presents live entertainment, music and comedy. For complete information about any of these, see the West Yellowstone Website (www.wyellowstone.com). For specific questions about fishing and other activities in the area, you my contact Johnny Stevens, a summer resident of Lionshead RV Park, by e-mail at

johnny.stevens2@gte.net