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Burning off some grass and it formed into a giant horseshoe and was the neatest thing to stand in the middle of. All that orange smoke rising around you made you think you were in the temple of doom (indiana jones). Then the rest is pics from today, not a forest fire I guess but I thought it was pretty neat to see.

The 25mph gusts today helped give it a good run :lmao:

http-~~-//www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMoGdeNfLoc

Got some pics of it all too. If you want the full size pic just right click the pic and hit "copy image address" then paste it into the web address bar and it will come up full size.

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Word to the wise the safest place it to be standing in the black... It can't burn twice... :smart:

You learn that real quick :lmao: Move the tractor back 50ft every once in a while or just park it in the black. It doesn't burn the greatest here. I had to light it 5 times with using maybe a gallon total of gasoline and then the wind picked up and it finally took off. I wondered later if diesel would have been better since it would have burned longer and given the grass a chance to get hot :shrug: I have a lot more to burn.

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Who needs pecan oil when I can do this.. Also why I don't need a gun.

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