Well, (chuckles) the first day I came in, I was told to report at six o’clock in the morning and it was pitch dark. It was March, 1960. Let’s see, no 1957. And the head keep there, gave me the keys to the birdhouse and he said go over to the birdhouse, and the keys will unlock the back door and just go and wait till the keepers arrive. And so I did. A cold, windy and I went over unlocked the back door. It was pitch dark, and opened the back door and a voice yelled out, “Shut the door bub.” And I thought, wow, somebody here. So I fumbled around, reached around, finally found the light switch, turned it on.