At least he knew where to search, which was a distinct and valuable advantage. "Mi-gwetch thank you," he said to the Indian when he had finished. "I understand. I go now to see the Lake. I go to talk to each of your head-men. I go to see the trapping country with my own eyes. When I have seen all, I go to Winnipeg to tell my head-man what I have seen." The Indian nodded.