But that was terribly important for this zoo in this community. I think it was one of the key things that helped really make the zoo what it was within the community. So I’m always grateful. I’ve always be grateful to those folks. And today, yet today, I’ll be someplace, there’ll be a young professional, dentist or, I don’t know, or a financial planner, and they’ll say, “You know, when I was a kid, I was in zoo school. I got a picture of me when you came to our class.” (Gary chuckles) It makes me feel old, but it makes me feel gratified. And I trekked down to the bottom of the Grand Canyon one time, and it nearly killed me. I don’t know, it was a terrible thing, ’cause I’m not really that good at physical conditions.