And simultaneously was up, going up from San Diego to Los Angeles Harbor. Louis was coming down with his trucks, Louis Goebel from Goebel Land Farm up in Thousand Oaks with our elephant. And this is where the term that you hear now is networking. Animal dealers had sent, Warren Buck had sent us, as part of the shipment, a half a dozen golden spider monkeys. He shipped them from New Jersey by air to LA. Louis had gone, sent a truck 50 miles into the airport at LA to pick up our shipment of spider monkeys, take them back to his compound and bring them back down to the ship with us. Fred Stark who ran the San Antonio Zoo had shipped us a lot of water birds, white pelicans, three cattle herons to the San Diego Zoo, and we’d put them aboard there. And then we had the sea lions from San Diego.