I see some orange on the spine of a book on our shelf called — the book’s called the Wonder Trail, which is about a writer from The Office. I think Steve Hely. I’m trying to read his name. About a writer’s journey from California. He drove his car all the way to, I think, the tip of Argentina and it was a fascinating look. I’ve always wondered what would happen if you did just keep going in your car. My girlfriend and I have driven to the Mexico border, but we’ve never driven across the border. We drove to the border and then crossed it in a rowboat at Big Bend National Park, and then we experienced Mexico that way. But I did always kinda wonder when we left Southwest Texas and you could look down, I think, around El Paso you can see — is it? I think, it’s Juarez. I remember looking down at Juarez and feelings so intimidated from afar. It’s this massive metropolis over there, and I’ve always kind of been curious, what happens if you — if you cross that border and you just go. Not for any particular reason, not to go vacation in Cabo, but to just drive until you can’t.