At that time, they were trolleys of rubber-tired trolley, buses, and what they did was turn the electricity off on their electric, the conductors that that would power the electric motors. And the electric company guys met us and the police officers. And everybody was just happy as clams to see their first giraffe. And he was impressive. We got, at first weekend, I don’t recall, but that first year, our attendance was over 600,000. And the population in Honolulu, and that was almost no tourists. That was almost all residents. And we had to estimate that because we had no, there was no admission charge and we had counters, but it was not a specific count per person, but the population of Honolulu in ’47, well, this was ’49, was a little more than a quarter of a million.