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Thread: Fire

  1. #1
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    Default Fire

    Christmas tree came down so I decided to start a fire.

    Not the usual fire I would normally post.










    Something so soothing about a fire crackling .
    Paul

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    Oh,I forgot.Just so you know.I made sure it was legal to have a fire tonight.Wouldn't want to break the law!Anybody else have to check before they have a fire?

    http://www.sparetheair.org/
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    Nice soothing fire. I love the smell and sounds of a fire. Around here the only time someone gets upset about a fire is during the droughts. Too many folks round these parts heat with wood for a law like that to stand any ground.

    I was really expecting to see the tree burning out in the yard what a let down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PigCicles View Post
    Nice soothing fire. I love the smell and sounds of a fire. Around here the only time someone gets upset about a fire is during the droughts. Too many folks round these parts heat with wood for a law like that to stand any ground.

    I was really expecting to see the tree burning out in the yard what a let down.
    Figured you torched it up in the back yard.
    Woulda been over in about 4 seconds, just a black stick left.

    We fire up when we feel like it here.
    "If you can't smell smoke it ain't a barbeque joint" peculiarmike

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    Looks nice and comfy. Wait, what is that I see? A rubik's cube? Haven't seen one of those in a few decades.

    Nice place ya got, Paul. Thanks for the pix. Now, on to the Christmas tree in the back yard.

    Mistakes - It could be that the purpose of your life is only to serve as a warning to others.

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    Looks pretty.

    But, I was lookin' forward to a bon-fire in the backyard.
    Jim

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    Ya gotta check with the law to make sure you can start a fire? You better move to Okiehoma dude! Does it get cold enough in socal to need a fire? Heck, I didn't even know you guys had heaters!!!
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    Looks like everyone is relaxing right nicely Paul!!!

    The only restrictions I have heard of bout burning, including BBQing is when the Montana forrest fires are burning round the valley. The inversion holds the smoke down close to the ground and they dont want ya to burn and add more CO, and particles to the air. But other than that we burn whenever we want and my folks burn the whole winter.

    Your right there is something soothing bout a fire though.
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    We don't have fire restrictions in San Diego County that I know for fire place fires.
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