It only took us about an hour to get up the steep slope to the plateau, and as we eased around the end of it, the rams came into view. They saw us about the same time we saw them, so things happened fast. Gary quickly got into shooting position as the rams got up from their beds and started climbing. Gary put a great shot on his ram, but as is often the case in sheep hunting, he took quite a tumble and ended up falling off a 30-foot cliff. Fortunately he didn't sustain much damage, and was every bit of what Gary was looking for. We packed back down to camp that evening with one Dall ram down, and a whole lot more work to go.