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Re: RE: Theresa, found > fire

Well, around here no one burns leaves -- or rakes them, either, for that 
matter.  We burn sticks and limbs.  As I said in an earlier post I have pecan 
trees, and they drop a lot of limbs during the year -- especially when we 
have severe thunder storms.  We don't have to burn in a barrel, and I just 
wait until I get a pile of limbs then set them on fire.  We are requested to 
let the state forestry department know when we are burning "on purpose" so no 
fire truck is sent out when a passing motorist calls in a fire alarm.  

zone 7
West TN

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