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ISLAND LAKE ON FIRE- SHOREVIEW

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i was driving by there around 4 yesterday. there was a fire burning in the middle of the lake. i would have checked it out, but remember seeing Charleton Heston do that in a movie and he came back all grey haired and spoke in an over dramatic voice. anyone else see this yesterday?

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We've had campfire son the ice many times while winter camping. If the person who started that fire did not clean it up though than it would be littering and they could be fined.

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there was nobody on the ice that i could see. it just looked like a burning bush.

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Probably some guy in an Otter cabin, using a Big buddy heater. grin.gif

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