See. But in spite of that, I was hired by ABC in the early 70s to design a part that they had purchased the land from a Ross Perot of all things (laughs) in Washington, DC. And I knew some of the upper management of ABC who bought it. So I was free to design one of the first safaris in the United States. It was called the Wildlife Reserve. And we did have an area of partially a through, but we also innovated a lot of things like lectures and wildlife demonstrations, flying birds of prey to the fists and all that sort of thing. And it was doing quite well, but it was at the time when the price of gas skyrocketed in the early 70s. And so it was tough to keep control of the entire park.