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Yorkieluvr
post Aug 11 2006, 07:47 AM
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What great suggestions from everyone! Put those all together and you have paradise! I just wanted to answer the question about campfires in Florida. There are campgrounds in Florida that allow fires, there's no law that I'm aware of - maybe in the State Parks. But, we have had a really bad problem with brush fires. At the beginning of the summer this year, practically our whole county (among others in the state) was on fire - our wonderful firefighters fought fires for weeks, roads were closed, homes were lost. The causes of those fires varied, lightening, kids with nothing better to do - passing motorists throwing out cigarettes. Now normally, I too love a campfire, but after dealing with that for so many months, we didn't want to be anywhere near a fire. The last place we camped (in Tennessee) allowed fires, but some people had them going 24/7 and we couldn't even open our windows for all the smoke. Hopefully enough time will pass before our next round of fires and I can once again enjoy the smell and atmosphere of a campfire.
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