Here in Washington State we used to be able to burn outdoors whenever we wanted. Certainly can understand a ban in the summer, however, we have bans now for air quality.
posted on 01/25/2005 5:52:12 PM PST
(Truth and Reality)
I remember driving around WSU during the burn season (whenever that normally is/was for the farmers in the Palouse). Always kind of freaked me out to be honest--I used to work for the Park Service in the summers, so I'd see a big smoke plume and get worked up thinking "Oh crap, Forest Fire". Then I'd remember, "oh it must be burn season for the farmers, never mind".
posted on 01/25/2005 6:00:22 PM PST
(I'm only Left Wing when I play hockey)
We owned six acres in northern Illinois with over fifty oaks. This was our front yard and we had to have it all bagged and removed because of the march of government tyranny. We moved to Wisconsin to enjoy the trees and the freedom to burn. Now the Nazis are starting to clamp down on it here.
posted on 01/25/2005 6:04:30 PM PST
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