Many of you know we have an aquaculture farm in the Florida keys which was recently devastated by Hurricane Irma. We've had a lot of questions about how things are at the coral farm and we wanted to give you a quick update. First of all, we are thankful we evacuated safely. It's been a long, hot couple of weeks since Labor Day when we began preparations for the storm and we are still evaluating our situation. No one can comprehend what this area is like without being here. We are in Marathon, one of the hardest hit areas. In the pictures, you can see a before and after of our mobile home where we live when working at the farm. The farm fared slightly better, but it's going to be a long road to recovery. We want to give a special thank you to staff and volunteers from Coral Restoration Foundation who have spent time with us this week helping remove debris at the farm. It's an overwhelming task in oppressive heat and humidity with only power from a generator. We also want to thank those of you who have reached out and kept us in your thoughts and prayers. If we have not responded to some of you, please accept our sincere apologies. We are physically and mentally overwhelmed by this and are behind on our communications. Your continued support is greatly appreciated as we take this day by day. Stay tuned for another update next week.