Nestled in the heart of the Kootenay Mountains range of the Canadian Rockies lies the unique little village of Kaslo. Avoided by the First Nations as a cursed place the early European invaders paid no heed and settled in. How the aboriginals knew of the radioactive nature of the soil is still unknown to 'White Man' but this book isn't about that. It's about the quirkiness of quaint attitudes, perhaps caused by the altitude or just the high airs many of the residents feel entitled to.
Still, it is one heck of a tourist destination, deserving of this glowing praise penned in light-hearted fondness.