By Haley Yarborough

Students tour wood carving playground in Seeley Lake


Haley Yarborough, Pathfinder

Jim Haueter shows Ovando School students his wooden carving of a parrot. Haueter said he enjoys carving birds during the winter.

SEELEY LAKE – Since Jim Haueter started wood carving over 10 years ago, his five acres of land on Double Arrow Ranch transformed into five acres of colorful wooden birds, bears and famous cartoon characters. For years, it attracted the attention of both passing locals and tourists. Now it's a wood-carving playground for Ovando School Students, who for the first time got to visit Haueter's land on May 23. 

Haueter took the students on a tour across the grounds, explaining the process of carving, painting and oiling some of his most famous wood statues. While this was the first time the st...

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