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Annr

Great show. Better than TV and video games.

dispack

man, you even do good pictures of FIRE! :)

Nancy

My brother used to burn piles like that, too. So many places have fire bans anymore so I'm not sure it's even legal here without permission of the fire department.

Carver

Great shots of the fire but the first shot with that amazing shade of green blew me away.

TexWisGirl

we've been under a burn ban for so long now. i think i burned the last time almost 2 years ago when my family visited and we could run buckets of water to it to keep the ground around it soaked down.

Lois Evensen

Yes, quite a show! You would have needed very large marshmallows. ;)

GardenOfDaisies

If you've had as much rain as we have over the past two days, it was a great time. This reminds me so much of my Dad, who would burn downed branches and other yard waste too big for the compost pile.

Randy

Better than TV.

Mari

My brother-in-law used to do that - he would build up a huge pile and then we would all join in the fun. Good memories!

Cranberry Morning

And here I thought we were the only ones with a burn pile. LOL Isn't it fun! And so much more entertaining than TV or video games. We burned ours the first weekend of August at our family reunion. Everyone looks forward to that event - mostly because of the huge fire I think. LOL

Kar

A good excuse to sit and relax due to having to keep an eye on the fire. Bring on the smores. : )

Thimbleanna

What? You showed up to a bonfire without marshmallows???? I'm shocked Judy! You're only saving grace is that you took beautiful pictures!!!

Rose

That is one thing with the wet summer...haven't had to worry much about having a fire. (All I have been burning is some papers that would have taken too long to shred....but still was glad things were damp.)

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