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A nice lunch
It is the tourist trade, rather than the gold prospector, which keeps much of this part of the world in business. Hordes of tourists invade from Canada, America, and most of the rest of the world. Package tours attempt to make the place comfortable, organized, and palatable to the visitor. To a large extent, the succeed. The modern tourist, sad to say, is not looking for adventure, so much as the illusion of adventure. What most want, is comfort, a dependable schedule, tasty (and recognizable) food, and perhaps a nice guide who will tell them interesting stories. Though some lament the situation, others have learn to adapt, survive, and even prosper. Such is the case with the dog team trainer, taxidermist, and provender, who has established this very pleasant place out in the nominal wilderness.

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