Long ago, the mountain lakes outlet stream was dammed to make way for the regions economy. The mountain lake, fed by an underground stream, needed to find another spillway. Eventually it found one. The lake that had been destroyed because of the dam was nothing to what now spilled across the plains. A lake, hundreds of meters wide and long, but so shallow that respectable highted walls would still be visible if dropped into the centre of the lake. Man's folly was to be his own undoing, and the settlers of the tiny hamlet soon moved on.