My 11 year old daughter Sydney has worked her butt off this year trying to get a caribou. We have walked many miles, most of them in the snow trying to fill her tags. She has been a real trooper, putting in long hard days and never complaining. So today, we drove to Paxon and unloaded the snow machine and drove the 10 miles into the 1st subsistence unit. We saw hundreds of caribou and several moose on our drive in, and several more hunderd inside the Federal unit. Our tags are for bulls only so we had to be sure of our target before shooting. Her first bull has very small antlers, much like a cow, but I could see the penis sheath and told her which one to shoot. It was about a 100 yard shot and she hit it perfectly with a double lung shot. She was so pumped up, it was fun to watch as she finally reached her goal of shooting a caribou. We gutted it and put it into the sled and returned back to where she had shot from to pick up her brass.We were watching 4 other caribou and they were coming our way. So we just waited patiently and they ended up walking 175 yards away, 180 degrees from where she had shot her 1st one. She found it in her scope and made the 2nd great shot of the day. The caribou went straight down and she did the old "Yes!" fist pump celebration. We took care of that one and loaded it up. I got to ride back to Delta with a very happy and proud little girl, and she rode back with a very proud father, whether she knew it or not. WAY TO GO SYDNEY!