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  1. #21
    Please be Safe Bill... those are some scary flames...

    Plese keep us posted and hope for the best!

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    Senior Member Carl's Avatar
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    My cousin lives in Boise, says it's pretty creepy, all the smoke and no people on the streets.
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    Canada's Sharpest Lefty Lefty's Avatar
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    My thoughts are with you and those in your area. Stay safe!

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  4. #24
    Whoa. If I were there, I'd burn a ring around my property. We used to do controlled burns for grass management on the Ranch in south Texas, lots of huisache and salt grass paired with droughts, it was like living in a tinderbox.

  5. #25
    Stay safe, Bill.
    "Don't you know who he is?"

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    Personally, I would do a controlled burn on my bike's rear tire and GET THE ^&(( OUT OF THERE!!!!!

    Hax the Cook CLEAVERS RULE!!! :D
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    Bill Burke's Avatar
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    Lives in the mountains near Boise, Idaho.
    We have thought about a controlled burn to create a wider line than we have but with how hot and dry it is here we are afraid that a controlled burn would be uncontrollable. If the fire starts getting very close then we will fire the hot side of the line so that we can at least pick when and where we want it to burn, but we will wait and see. It sounds like they have it mostly contained so no worries I HOPE.

  8. #28
    Yeah, we were set up. Drip torches, fire nozzles, etc.

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