Well, I think again, because of the building and the things we were doing, we were charged, we weren’t a giant staff at the time. We were charged with a lot of responsibility of putting things together, trying to figure out new exhibits, what animals, where to get them. And so that long term planning was, I was part of a team that was doing it, but I was allowed to have an integral part of that to be able to look to the future and try and make suggestions. And once it was done, then try to implement those into things that would work for the zoo. And certainly, you’re involved with renovating exhibits away from a long term planning. I mean, that’s something probably as a curator, you’re always mindful of. Yeah. That was almost a daily thing. I had the responsibilities of setting up exhibits and putting them together.