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Wildfires hit the BIG screen....

Discussion in 'Wildland Urban Interface' started by beach, Jan 26, 2011.

  1. beach

    beach Gold Member

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    I have to write this because it won't post if I don't......

     
  2. Uncle Bob

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    Beach,

    California should require exterior sprinker systems on top and around their homes; to protect the homes from all their wildfires.

    Glad I'm not within Conarb's reach, :D

    Uncle Bob
     
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    UB - good thought - but there might be some fire officials who would worry about loss of water pressure when an entire neighborhood pops off, if they decide to make their stand elsewhere in the community.
     
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