We have our son in Cardinal Woods Skilled Nursing. They are great. They are terrific for the most part. His room is the best room he's gotten since his accident. It is excellent. It is the best one that he has been in. His motorcycle accident was twenty years ago, so he has been in several facilities out in California and several in this area. He is well taken care of. He is a total care -- he had a bad brain injury, so he is unable to walk or talk or eat. They need the Hoyer lift, and they take him from bed to wheelchair and wheelchair to bed. I wanted to find something that was as good and closer, and I couldn't find anything as good. For him, this is just absolutely ideal. Their population is so much younger than what we found in other places, and there are lots of people that are able to communicate. Even though he can't talk, he understands everything, and there are lots of people that come by and say, "Hey, Eddie. How's it going?" There are lots of people who used to ride motorcyles too. It is not stuffy. There are lots of old lady places that would not have been good, and he was in a couple of those before. They permit smoking in certain designated areas outside. They have a pavilion, and because Eddie has smoked in his life, it just means that they are more tolerant of their lifestyle, so it attacts people like him -- the wild and crazy guys that ride bikes and do dangerous stuff. It was so lively. There was always something going on. The people are so friendly; the staff and the patients are absolutely great.