Well, no. No, that's not the way it operated. What - the trucks had certain spots. They used - if I understand this properly, I think they have something called timber jacks. It's a - they pick up the log and drive it to a point. No, they don't just build roads. No, no, no, no. They had points and timber jacks would carry it over long distances and through very rough terrain. Sometimes they would float some timber down the river, so there were different ways, and the trucks would pick it up at a point. But they didn't have to build these type of roads for these trucks, because these trucks are not four- or six-wheel drive. These are what they call - these are long, long bed trucks that cannot withstand very slippery or rough terrain. They used timber jacks to do that.