I wanted to grow grapes and start a vineyard, and people said, “You can’t grow a vineyard in your area. It’s six-and-a-half feet above sea level. You’re on the Equator. The days are too short. How are you going to grow grapes that make good wine?” So, I said, “Well, why can’t I?” and they said, “Well, it can’t be done, and you’ll have to think of something else.” Well, we’re producing very good wine today, pinot noir and chardonnay, very drinkable. First time it’s been grown. In fact, a wag friend of mine wrote a book and said, “He’s growing the best wine in a region twice the size of France.” The fact that nobody else is growing any doesn’t matter. It’s a great sense of achievement, and we serve the wine now to all our friends, and they prefer it to a lot of the wine that is available commercially in Kenya. This is the challenge. If you want something done by me, suggest it can’t be done, and then I will engage. I enjoy that very much.