Mark, as a child, there were two things I wanted to do in life. One was work in the zoo and the other was go to Africa. And I’d always had this fascination with wildlife and the animals of Africa and Africa itself always intrigued me. And my father, a wonderful guy, had polio, and walked on crutches, but he had a fascination with the world. And this is back in the 40s, so we didn’t have a television set or anything like that, but had a short wave radio and he would, at night, we’d get BBC and we’d hear Big Ben striking and then he’d get some African country, and he’d know what it was. And then we have these maps from National Geographic. And he’d show me on the map where we were actually hearing on the radio. Oh, it was so fascinating.