Camp Charlie is a line of simple metal sheds barely anchored to the tundra in the interior of Quebec's Ungava Peninsula. It's been here for 30-some years, hosting caribou hunters who arrive via bush plane. The camp is on a lake, near the confluence of ancient caribou migration trails. Most years, hunters stay around camp, shooting ptarmigan and fishing for lake trout, until the caribou arrive, in long, ragged lines that follow the ridges. The hunters, from Kansas and New York, California and Iowa, take their pick of bulls and spend the remainder of their time at Camp Charlie fishing and hanging out. And memorializing their experience on the walls of the shacks.