And in those days, Mark, the zoo was so small and the duties were so concentrated that she and her secretary were at the zoo’s entrance, which was long been destroyed. A tiny little building near where the bus drivers, where the bus began to pick up on the tour. At the end of each day, I would take my little cash box down with the cash I’d, I think it was 25 cents, for each passenger on the sighting tour that lasted, I believe an hour. And I remember buses just leaving for a two mile tour of the a hundred acres San Diego Zoo. That was the speed. And then people would climb aboard and we’d do the bus ride. And at the end of the day, I’d take the money down to Mrs. Benchley in her office. And she took a shine to me.