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Originally Posted by cyccommute View Post
+1. And many of those burning bans include alcohol fuel stoves for good reason. Granted you have to be some kind of special idiot to start a large forest fire with alcohol but it can be done.

"More significantly, though, Dorschner said the federal government will pursue civil restitution for its firefighting expenses, which could run into the millions of dollars."

But in general, I know they are "just twigs", but I am against most cooking setups that require harvesting fuel and dumping ashes, unless in an area that specifically allows it. Even if in a small manner, they still violate "leave no trace".
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