"Throwback to a very special drum lesson. Miss you so much Bob," Stamos wrote alongside the vintage photo of the Full House costars posted to his Instagram page.
As OK! previously reported, the America's Funniest Home Videos host was found dead in his Ritz-Carlton hotel room in Orlando, Flor., on January 9 after a stand up show the night before. It was later revealed that Saget died from trauma to the head.
The funnyman was found by hotel staff after he missed his check out time. An insider claimed the room was neat, noting there were no signs of trauma, and his bags were sitting by the door.
Stamos' post comes as photos of the hotel room where the television star took his last breath were shared with the public. The photos feature the head board authorities believe Saget may have hit his head on — causing the brain bleed that took his life. Although the head board appeared to be padded, police noted there's a hard surface underneath, per TMZ.
Authorities came up with this theory after the Medical Examiner concluded Saget hit his head on "something hard, covered by something soft." They also theorized that the accident happened after he returned from the gig, it was reported.
According to a staffer who saw the star enter the hotel after 2 A.M., Saget showed no signs of dizziness, slurred speech nor other indicators of a head injury — and there was also no reported damage to his vehicle that would indicate he'd been in a wreck.