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Unread 08-08-2013, 04:52 PM   #8
caseydog
somebody shut me the fark up.
 
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Originally Posted by funugy View Post
Not really worried about getting caught. I could always play dumb and being in a small town I know most of the cops that would be stopping by, and none of them have turned down any of my food yet. I always thought bans only included open fires, not BBQ's, but I was informed of this by my 10 year old son. He read it in the local paper, darn skoolz teachin readin an stuph, and I don't wanna be a bad example, he's still young enough to think I'm innocent and can't do wrong.
In Texas State Parks, during a burn ban, any source of flame must have a knob that can turn the flame off immediately -- such as a propane stove or gas lantern.

The reason I know so much about burn bans is because i have been an avid camper for a long time. Nothing like showing up at a campground in the wintertime, and finding out you can't have a campfire.

I'll post this again for the Texas brethren...

http://tfsfrp.tamu.edu/wildfires/DecBan.png

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