And the noise of the winches and the pulleys, and were screeching. And I talked to each of the two forklift drivers and I said, “Hey fellas, please be really careful of these crates of animals. Two things, go real slow, don’t bang them, and the other, that giraffe could move in that crate, don’t trust it. Before you lift it, tie it securely. Lash it down with chains because he can lunge at either end and knock the crate and himself off onto the ground. And the same goes for the elephant.” And with that personal contact, the guys said, sure, and took them a little longer time, but they did it. We unloaded all the livestock, and then we all got together. Frank Benet, the security guy from San Diego Zoo, Louis and Kathy Goebel and their drivers.