And we would very slowly drive beneath them. And they were far enough above so the giraffe couldn’t lick them, which they seem to be enormously attractive to giraffes, to lick electric wires or anything above their head. That fortunately, that part went well. The difficult part was the Santa Fe railroad bridge. So we knew that if the train went over the bridge at the time that we were under the bridge, that the chances were very great, that Rusty would rear his head in fear and shock and hit his skull on the bridge, and we well knew that giraffes and zoos had done this and broken their horns and bled to death. And that was a fear that I did not, that was a concern that I was very fearful of. And I had nightmares trying to overcome that. And we were totally dependent on the trust that Gabe had built with this giraffe.