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In Memory Of Franklin Ross
Pics for anyone who ever had the pleasure of meeting one of my best friends, Frank. He was a sheeps worst nightmare. A true machine in the mountains, and a very avid hunter.
His grizzly he shot at 20 yards with his bow.
After franklin helped a guy from our home town get his first ram, he seen this olf dog running across the open mountain range and decided to put a hurtin on him.. His first wolf.
One of Franks last hunts before he passed away. God speed bud. Hope to see u again one day!!
Another happy camper Frank helped get a beautiful ram.
Prayers sent to Franks family. Thanks for sharing the pictures.
If u have any pictures u can share of Frank please post them up. Thanks
First class BlackBay. I was in the Well's when he went in with his father. He was just one of those guys that you click with. We stayed in touch regularily after that. Truly a fantastic person. Thanx again.
Very True and thanks for sharing tundra.. any friend of franks is a friend of mine. take care
Just pm'd you Blackbay :-)
that a good pic with frank and his dad... I remember the first pic when he told me about that ram falling off the cliff.... he was one of a kind, and a good friend.. thanks for posting tundra!!!!
I have many more pics of Frank but they all have clients in them that I don't have permission to put on here. I didn't think that his Dad would mind so I snuck that one in.
The man had no quit in him and was some hard on critters to say the least.
This is the view that most of his clients would have had of him......he could walk like the wind!!!!!
Thank you for starting this thread BlackBay. Kind of mixed emotions reeling through me right now. A mix of tears and being thankful for the honour of knowing him.
You made this poor working stiffs nightshift a lot more interesting tonight for sure!!!!
Prayers to the family--
Good luck, Robb
Thanks for pictures. Looks like he lived the good life while he was here.
Thoughts and prayers to his loved ones.
Sorry for the loss he looks very young !
frank passed at the young age of 33. He is missed by a lot of sheep and moose hunters and all his friends and family he left behind.. He was a good friend