The gray metal objects appear oddly out of place, but they do provide clean, warm and dry accommodations, no matter what Mother Nature hands out. The structures can even handle the brutal nature of the Arctic winds. These bins also have proven themselves to be predator-proof, even against barren ground grizzly bears. So, hunters don't have to worry about marauding bears in the middle of the night. The bins also allow Taylor to store most of his equipment in camp between hunting seasons.
Taylor transports his clients from Yellowknife to the camp by charter plane. Hunting is on foot, with clients walking out of camp or traveling by boat along a nearby lake to spot for caribou. Taylor's guides have been with him for 10 to 15 years and know where to find the animals. Taylor's camp sits near the first crossing found in 145 miles of waterways in this region, and the caribou gather here to cross en masse. The terrain is pre-Cambrian shield tundra, with lots of bare rock. This is rolling hill country, but it is fairly........(continued)