Well, here in Canada we think of the Yukon gold rush. Many people traveled to try and see if they could get rich quickly. With this oar, you can experience that.
The saloon can be the place to be for a good meal, dancing girls and dancing, and of course a good shot of the old red-eye or a beer.
The small town has areas for you to rest your horses and let them grab a drink and some feed. A small clothing shop has a few period costumes in it. The local jail is all set for any riff-raff. The general store and a small outdoor market will keep you in supplies, as well as the local blacksmith who can help with whatever you need.
If you get hurt, the doctor is in! Wandering around the countryside you will find that settlers put in their farm after the dreams of gold faded but they decided to stay. Aboriginals on their land displaying their traditional way of hunting buffalo and gathering in their long-house.
This oar is a great place to call home, with lots of space to put in more homes or whatever your heart desires.
Check it out!
Don't forget to let Roddie Macchi know if you want this one :)