The third choice was an unusual one. He and the guide had spotted a ram, and to stalk it they had to climb the far side of an adjacent ridge. When they topped out, the two men put on white painters’ coveralls and starting crawling, thereby becoming sheep. The Dall bought into this until the men got within 200 yards, at which point the sheep became nervous and turned away from them preparatory to making an exit. The guide told my friend to shoot the ram in the ham, but my friend made his third correct choice and refused. He waited a minute—his fourth correct choice—and sure enough the ram made a quarter turn to the left, giving him a perfect broadside shot. The hunter fired and hit the ram behind the foreleg. The ram walked about 30 yards, wobbled, and fell.