They killed a lot of his cows over there. And then a group came in here from the Dutch East Indies. See, the Japs had taken over the Dutch East Indies and taken over their homes and plantations and all that, and these fellows came in here and they were flying B-26s, and they would shoot anything. They shot all the buoys on the channel out there; they sunk them all but one. They were bad they were mad with the world. They would shoot anything. But they piled up a bunch of Dads cows over there not on the beach, but what could he do about it? But after the war, Dad had to have a lease, and he had a corral and cabin at the end of the bay and there was nothing else there at that time.