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Same here muh man, same here. Jeez H, those Yanks can do things right!!!


...especially when they have those conditions...perfect weather, fine brushy fuel, little or no wind, flat ground, very nice equipment (what are the chances of seeing a set-up like that up here?)... they can have things go sideways like everybody else too...just Google "Cerro Grande fire".


I'd be surprised to see the sh!tshows make the promotional video clips.

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I've done a lot of driptorching myself...was the first guy to use one in Manitoba when the dnr bought there own unit back in 87...got to use it quit a lot...when there was a big project fire I usally was the torch machine...made a lot of friends using the torch as it would always extend the fire ...strange how that made friends :rolleyes: ....87 was a good year for the torch...was on a number of fires with L.McGowan that year...he loved to see the torch heading out...did a lot of pbs in ontario as well...lit a nice one on sowdane lake just south of sioux lookout...gerry krebes was at that one :P

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