So the better half was the fortunate 1 of 3 to draw a bighorn sheep permit for a ewe in a disability hunt. The day started with meeting another couple who had the same permit and shared the area with them as we all looked for sheep. There’s were plenty spotted but we gave way to hunters with Ram permits as they are harder to draw and once in a lifetime. So we left sheep to find sheep, not my first choice but her tag and threats what we did. All we found were juvi rams and mature rams for the rest of the morning. As we headed out sheep we’re spotted near the area we entered in the am and a stalk was planned. We hiked up a canyon on a old road that was decommissioned for a half mile popping out on top looking for sheep, they were gone, hiked more they had to go up hill and found nothing. Bummed we headed back down when I stopped and turned on the radio the other hunters had let us use and they said they are right below you guys. We got down low crawled and all they other things trying to get into range for her to shoot. She got set up I ranged them 166 yards using a weatherby vanguard in 30/06 with 180 grain Partition, I knew she had enough gun but if she was steady enough to shoot after hiking was the next question. We settled down and relaxed, really looking over the herd. With 14 ewes , 2 juvi rams and a mature ram in the herd we really needed to be positive of her quarry. We found a good sheep that was broadside and clear of others and she I am ready.I watched through the bingos and it was bang flop, done right there. Bullet went right through shoulder taking out the lungs. She was ecstatic, I was proud. Took pix and went to truck to get the pack frame. Loaded her up and hauled her out. It was a great day.