And I got down there and I was exhausted laying on the floor of the Canyon exhausted. And the rest of the guys said, “We’re going down to the trail to see a waterfall.” And I said, “I’ll just stay here and watch our gear and stuff.” And this park ranger came through and nice man in his uniform, young guy, looked at our permits and he says, “Hey, you’re Gary Clarke, aren’t you?” And I said, “Yeah, I’d rather not be right now.” And he said, “You know, when I was 12 years old, I lived at Topeka and I came over and you took us on a tour of the zoo and the docents gave us this and,” and that’s why I decided to be a park ranger. Oh, my gosh. That kind of thing makes it all worthwhile.