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    Burn off time of year

    I have been burning off the old branches that have fallen in high winds over summer now that our fire restrictions have been lifted.

    A beautiful dewy morning was deemed a safe day so i took a couple of pics before the sunrise.
    Perhaps 5 tons of debris are going well,at times the flames were hitting 40 foot.



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    You get the sausages out mate?

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    I stood back 25 yards to cook em!

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    Nice one John, what about crackers and all the kids in the area. Ah memories!
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    Crackers are still around if you ask the right people...highly illegal say`s the fun police though.

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    not your average camp fire then eh

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    she died down enough to get your steaks or chicken wings on yet John... lol

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    i have lit a few more cobber since that one.

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    YEE OLD WIND DEVILS CATCH YOU IF I WANTED TO, TOP SHOT.

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    Great pics bit different to our last bonfire

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