Andrew Weber: (laughs) Yeah, well during our visit to Stepnogorsk and then on the follow-on trip to Vozrozhdeniya Island, our team developed a real personal rapport with Gennadiy Lepeshkin, this very gutsy individual who had accompanied us. And when we flew back to Almaty, it was late afternoon, early evening when we finally arrived after starting our day helicoptering out to Voz Island and suiting up, it was a lot of adrenaline flowing that day, and it was clear that he couldn't find a place to stay. There weren't very many hotels at that time... this was pretty soon after the breakup. And so I invited him to stay at my house, which was in the foothills of the Tianshan mountains, just outside Almaty. And so we had a wonderful barbecue at my house, and I just considered him part of our team. We had been through this very interesting visit to Vozrozhdeniya Island together, he had been so helpful and so forthcoming, that it just seemed like the normal, natural human thing to do, to be hospitable and help him out.