Once we made it to camp, we set up our Hilleberg Tents (Allak, Unna, and Akto), and glassed the ram for the rest of the evening. First thing in the morning we headed up the mountain to see if #1 was in a good position for a stalk! We ended up finding a couple more rams with him, but unfortunately they weren't in a bow hunting friendly spot on the mountain so we spent the day glassing and familiarizing ourselves with the mountain.
The next day we were back on the mountain and this time the sheep were cooperating. The biggest ram, #1, had pushed the second biggest ram (Broomy) off the ridge they were on so now we had two shooter rams in two different hunt-friendly spots ... sweet. Tom and Adam made the decision to try for Broomy first. The ram ended up bedding in a great spot and the boys worked their way into a stalking position. What happened next was very unexpected. The ridge was really tiny, maybe 50 yards wide, with a strip of timber running its length. As soon as Tom/Adam disappeared from view, the ram decided it was time to move out ... heading straight for the guys. Jeremy and I thought for sure a shot was about to happen!