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The trouble is processing. Your local photomart inside pharmacies can do a fine job as the developing setup isn’t controlled by them, but rather by the company that services the machines.
You can send them out to labs for a little more and they will be your best choice if you want enlargements over 5×7. As Ken mentioned, you can also have them scan the photos for you as well for digital transport.
The trouble will be finding film that will serve your needs and give you great quality. Good quality is easy to come by as they aren’t making any crappy film anymore since all the average buyers moved on to digital. Great quality film you will have to hunt for and find a place where you can keep it in a refrigerator or freezer till you use it, especially the stuff that was made a while ago.
Then you have to consider that a lot of the calculations that are made by even your most basic digital camera these days will have to be made by you unless you buy at least an enthusiast level film camera.
You can still buy them from reputable dealers like [B&H Photo](http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/search?Ns=p_PRICE_2|0&ci=3017&setNs=p_PRICE_2|0&N=4294247087&srtclk=sort) It seems like they continue to drop in price and it may not be as much of an investment as I thought.
Be very careful of camera dealers. Many of them are the worst scams ever made. e.g. Abes of Maine used to be a quality dealer, but has since turned into a scam shop. DO NOT shop at questionable camera places.