So when I went back to Charleston, I was really already turned on by the experiences that she’d given us and allowed us in terms of our experiments and so forth. So that was quite a turn on. And then when I got back, fortunately the Curator at the museum Burnham Chamberlain was a very tolerant person too. And he put up with us on the bird walks and things of that sort. He was basically into ornithology himself. And down the road, I would have some further association in terms of his book with Alexander Sprunt on the birds of South Carolina. But to begin, he tolerated us in terms of us bringing in the specimens from the beaches, the shells, et cetera, and then graduating up into herp things, salamanders and frogs, and whatnot, and an occasional snake. But he, again, was a very tolerant person.