Wut farm?

On Wed, Feb 26, 2014 at 1:51 PM, Gail Guth <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

>  Greetings, All!
> On occasion confusion runs rampant here at GNSI Outreach/Communications
> Central, and yesterday was a prime example. I finally riveted down the lid,
> and near-total containment has been achieved (for now, don't bet the farm
> on it), so here is the CORRECT posting information for the African Safari
> Workshop (thank you, Britt!):
>  Art Safari in South Africa!<>
> *September 17-22 and 22-27, 2014*
> *by Bruce Bartrug*
> Join Africa Geographic's Art Safari in South Africa's<>game-rich, malaria-free Madikwe Game Reserve, and indulge your senses with
> a four night exclusive stay at The Bush House, whilst enjoying informal
> instruction from professional wildlife artist Francisco Hernandez. Safari
> programs before and after this workshop can be tailor made and quoted to
> specs, as requested or required. Please contact
> [log in to unmask], or phone us on +27 21 7624974.
> Francisco Hernndez <> is an accomplished
> naturalist, professional painter and illustrator. His field sketching
> experience is vast, and this is clearly reflected in his work. His
> favourite media are watercolors, oils and acrylics.
> *Please note:** Francisco's native language is Spanish, but he can
> communicate fluently in English. This Art Safari will be mainly in Spanish,
> because most of Francisco's following resides in Spain, but this does not
> imply that this activity is directed exclusively to Spanish speakers,
> English speaking artists are most welcome to join, for what better
> opportunity could there be for those wishing to practice their Spanish
> whilst attending such an enriching and exciting African wildlife creative
> activity!*
>  --
> Gail Guth
> Guth Illustration & Design
> 139 Lathrop Avenue
> Battle Creek, MI  49014-5076
> 269-963-1311
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Bruce Bartrug
Nobleboro, Maine, USA
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