Realist artist and surfer Thomas Shelford has immortalized Lachlan (my taxidermied sheep's head) for, what I suppose is, the second time. While sketching, he kept trying to reinforce how well boxing out the space works in drawing and I kept pointing out how much I enjoy dedicating all my initial energy on the right eyeball. Sadly, he - and all my art professors - are right. Oh, and yes, Porter and I have named all of our taxidermy. Besides Lachlan, there's Denver the 10-point buck (shot in Colorado Springs, but that wasn't a very good name); Michael Gregory, another deer (named after aspiring film maker and Italian studies student, Michael Gregory); Pigeon, the pheasant; Anton, the springbok; and Achebe, the African antelope (named after famed Nigerian novelist Chinua Achebe).