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Gainful Unemployment in Chamois Country

By Cam Stokman

As I left my third job interview for the week my thoughts were on anything other than the potential job offers coming my way.


Being gainfully unemployed since returning from a guiding season in North America, the reality was starting to emerge that I needed a full-time job. Knowing this might well be my last opportunity for a bigger trip, I emailed my potential employers and told them I would be uncontactable for the next five days - I had red stags and chammy to hunt.


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