I would say the highest altitude that I’ve been at, would be in a plane. I think generally, they fly about six miles up. But that’s, you know, a pressurized cabin. So that’s definitely the highest I’ve been up. As far as on land, I would say when I lived in Oregon and I went, I went to Mount Hood to the Timberline Lodge, which is I believe at six thousand feet, it was really interesting because I would say probably April and so the snowpack was still serious. And like just walls of snow around—around where the road is. A few friends and I just went up there to look and not be in the city for a day. It was really cool. Very interesting. Did not dress appropriately. Did not—I don’t think any of us realized that we were going to go up to the Timberline and being a bunch of snow. We were just wearing hoodies and tennis shoes and normal street attire.