“Stag Leap” Installation in Little Rock, Arkansas June 6, 2010 "Stag Leap" arrives in Little Rock, Arkansas for installation. Tim and I walked to dinner the evening before the installation just in time to see "Stag Leap" going down the highway...the wrong way! Then 5 minutes later he was going the other way, past the turn off again. Then later, he was seen by friends going yet another direction. That deer saw more of Arkansas than Tim and I together. We were glad to know he finally made it to the site by morning. First, the 10,000 pound stone base off the truck and place it in front of the conservation center. Then the stone mountains were put into place. Next off the truck is "Stag Leap" still in his crate. Tim is helping to guide him off the truck. Setting "Stag Leap" on the ground. The piece was removed from the crate by lifting it into the air. Tim and John Kinkade, director of the National Sculpture Guild, are supervising. Tim and John are placing the pins which will hold the sculpture in place on the stone base. "Stag Leap" just hanging out! Placing "Stag Leap" and securing it to the stone. Tim and John by the final installation of "Stag Leap" in front of the Witt Stephens Jr. Wildllife and Conservation Center in Little Rock, Arkansas. Tim and "Stag Leap"