Guide School Training Classes of 2008
Another great bunch of guys and gals in this summer’s classes.
Each of our guide school students are well on their way to the careers they had only dreamed of a short time ago—getting all the basic outfitting skills under their belts with the guidance of seasoned instructors ELM holds in such high esteem.
Michael and I looked on as the students worked on their packing skills, setting up the camps, loading the stock into trailers, pulling the strings of horses and mules, and much more. The camp cook students prepared meals that would make any outfitter sit up and take notice. All of the pack trips into the hills went great; lots of hard work and great fun at the same time.
More 2008 guide school class pictures will be posted soon!
Camp Cook School
Verna is a camp cook student
Here you see she is being given some very important tips in preparing a hearty dinner.
A camp cook can make or break an outfit, so every cook needs to have his or her menus planned for all those hungry clients. Some of the best meals are those in the back-country!
Camp cooks are always in very high demand. contact us today!
That All Important Relationship
Cameron, one of our guide school students in the May class is working on his skills with this big fella. A mule can be your best friend.