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Cant help but notice no one complaining about the fire fighters ignoring the campfire ban
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tsayta wrote:In awe. Glac called the improve several days ago.

I'm thinking defense right now. Obviously should have cleared the zone around the cottage last year but, do I sneak up and deploy sprinklers? Sprinkler on roof with timer, 2 hours a day. Leave power and pump on so the bladder tank keeps it going?


Double check your insurance policy first. Water damage from sprinklers on the roof may not be covered and you could potentially be out of pocket for any repairs.
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Some rain the Chilcotin yesterday, so the danger rating might come down when today's map is released. Here's the rating for yesterday.

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A Lockheed Electra working one of the two new fires to the NW of Little Fort that started yesterday. They're doing everything possible to contain these new fires ASAP to ensure the Yellowhead 5 remains open..
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Thuya Lake fire getting close to the main North Thompson valley transmission line..
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This new fire between Little Fort and Clearwater started about 3:00 PM today..
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^^^ east side of Thompson River, about 5Km from Dunn Lake fire.
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I heard KFC calling bird dogs to scout a new one about 45 mins ago. Didn't catch where. They used gps coordinates
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Kentucky Fried Chicken does what?

J/K.

Praying it's not an interface fire.
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Queenie. You so fun. I was watching the 'replay the day' cam on the Savona highway cam just now. At the very end you can see smoke explode into the sky
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Oh God, not Deadman Valley! I love that drive up to Deadman Falls and Split Rock. Viodette goldmine and so many ranches and cabins by the lakes, beautiful day drive :cry:
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Queen K wrote:Oh God, not Deadman Valley! I love that drive up to Deadman Falls and Split Rock. Viodette goldmine and so many ranches and cabins by the lakes, beautiful day drive :cry:

Not to mention red lake where my parents live
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ifwisheswerehorses wrote:
tsayta wrote:In awe. Glac called the improve several days ago.

I'm thinking defense right now. Obviously should have cleared the zone around the cottage last year but, do I sneak up and deploy sprinklers? Sprinkler on roof with timer, 2 hours a day. Leave power and pump on so the bladder tank keeps it going?


Double check your insurance policy first. Water damage from sprinklers on the roof may not be covered and you could potentially be out of pocket for any repairs.

Good point. But I built that house with my own hands. Tighter than a frogs ****hole. Steel roof and a 12/12 pitch. No water gonna get in there
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Deadman and Red Lake have some neat folks. I used to buy their produce at the Kamloops farmer's market.
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