Muskrat Jamboree 2010: In line for a feast

What you’re seeing now is not a crowd: It’s a well-organized line for food (it folds back upon itself many times) during the opening night of the jamboree. No trying to cut in line, everything is well-ordered. How Canadian is that!

In Inuvik it’s common that community events have free food prepared by volunteers; it’s called a Community Feast.

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One response to “Muskrat Jamboree 2010: In line for a feast

  1. You’ve made the Jamboree look like so much fun. I wish I was there.

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