Open thread for the next two weeks



For the next two weeks we will be tied up on a special project and will have limited time available to write new articles for Wildfire Today. We will still check in a couple of times a day to approve comments, so you guys can take up the slack. Consider this an open thread. Comment below about anything you wish. Knock yourself out.

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Author: Bill Gabbert

After working full time in wildland fire for 33 years, he continues to learn, and strives to be a Student of Fire.

3 thoughts on “Open thread for the next two weeks”

  1. What is going on between Holbrook and Snowflake, AZ? It looks like a forest fire to me. I don’t see anything posted and no news about it. Of course, Holbrook is on the edge of the world and most people treat us like we don’t exist any way. If it weren’t for the Petrified Forest and the Painted Desert, we probably wouldn’t exist.

  2. OK, my first invention with
    Hi-voltage wires in a fire hose was not well received.
    I learned my lesson and came up with a better invention.
    All American Hose already sells a hose with a wire embedded for grounding static electricity.
    They are willing to add another wire to let me create low voltage Ethernet type network. It will allow for simple control of a large relay pumping system.

    Next month I will have an article on the system in an important wildfire magazine.

    Please give me a second chance.


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