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Re: Brush Fire
Reply #1 - Oct 18th, 2018 at 9:36am
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Bummer....isn't it always the way, what you wish burned didn't even get touched! And all the nice area burnt to the dirt!  Sorry to hear about the fire.
  

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Brush Fire
Oct 18th, 2018 at 7:44am
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A big brush fire in the area where I do most of my Free Flight flying and testing has put a "hold" on further FF activity a couple of weeks ago.  Normal rc flying is not affected tho the fire nearly reached the parking area, so I am not totally restricted.  SEVEN tank trucks were involved in the containment which lasted nearly 5 hours and the private "garden" that also harbors a six hive bee colony seemed to be the ignition point (the hives/bees survived).  10,000 sq. meters was scorched to the dirt, but the danged blackberry thicket wasn't touched.
  

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