So we basically would have him, and he had to get back before, early in the year. So, Mark, it dragged on, and every day, I didn’t mind at all. I went out every morning, twice a day, to feed and water the elephants and the chimpanzees, and worry about them. And I’d take my then very pregnant wife along with me, and we got to know the elephant and try to figure out how to move her. And we built a special trailer for her and built a temporary pen of railroad rails and telephone poles to house her because she was a, probably since she was right on this roadway, through the dairy, we could close off the chimpanzees a bit in front of their wire and barred area, but we couldn’t close off the elephant. She’d have her chin over the cattle fence all the time.