Buonasera Pino, good evening Pine, nice to see you again, now in the evening or late afternoon when when the sun is lower it's not so hot any longer, but it's still warm. I thought about the wind today because I really, really like the wind. On the one hand, because it makes the air cooler, on the other hand because it keeps the mosquitoes away or somehow they're not as angry and eager to bite you when it's windy. There's not much wind right now and of course if the wind is really strong it's scary and dangerous even, a storm, but generally I feel the wind is my friend. That said, it makes me sneeze for some strange reason, any kind of small cool wind creates a reaction so I start to sneeze and my nose starts to run. It's absurd in a way. So my take on the wind is of course double, but I think I like it more. But what about you? Because on the one hand I guess the wind will sort of cast away all the rubbish that gathers on top of your needles or branches and also break away old dead parts, but on the other hand wind is the real danger for you. Maybe not here because you're in the valley and the wind is probably not very strong here, but I remember all the pine trees I met in the archipelago. Some of them were really heavily bent and twisted really, because they were broken by the wind, and then continued growing from their broken position and so on. So my question for today is simply: How do you feel about the wind? - Yes, of course, I didn't think of it. Of course the wind is your friend because it distributes your pollen and it's really necessary for your reproduction. So although your pinecones are transported by animals probably more, even though perhaps with wind as well to some extent, but the pollen dispersal is of course with wind. So maybe the wind is like a double, has a double effect for you as well, both benign and danger at some point. And of course that's with everything; there is nothing that is only good or only bad I suppose. Alright, thanks for today and have a nice evening, bye.