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Old Oct 19th 2005, 4:03 pm
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Anyone know of any organised bonfires going on around the Tampa area? A few friends and I would like to go out and celebrate the 5th in a traditional manner!

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Originally Posted by tinaflorida
Anyone know of any organised bonfires going on around the Tampa area? A few friends and I would like to go out and celebrate the 5th in a traditional manner!

Cheers,
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What by wearing thick coats, gloves and hats while eating baked spuds? Be a bit warm for that dont you think?
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Old Oct 19th 2005, 4:50 pm
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Originally Posted by tinaflorida
Anyone know of any organised bonfires going on around the Tampa area? A few friends and I would like to go out and celebrate the 5th in a traditional manner!

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Tina
You offering to organize? You could turn it into "Burn a Bush" night and living in FL, you can choose Jr. or Jeb...
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Old Oct 19th 2005, 4:53 pm
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What by wearing thick coats, gloves and hats while eating baked spuds? Be a bit warm for that dont you think?
I guess the warm clothes could be more fuel for the fire - I probably won't be needing them for a while!
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You offering to organize? You could turn it into "Burn a Bush" night and living in FL, you can choose Jr. or Jeb...
Oh, if only. I'd love a proper Bush fire.

And no dirty jokes, thankyou.
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Originally Posted by Angry White Pyjamas
What by wearing thick coats, gloves and hats while eating baked spuds? Be a bit warm for that dont you think?
Don't forget to make sure your pets are safely indoors and keep all the fireworks in an old biscuit tin.....
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Don't forget to make sure your pets are safely indoors and keep all the fireworks in an old biscuit tin.....
Make sure you ALWAYS wear gloves when handling sparklers & put them in a bucket of cold water when you're done!!!
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Don't forget to make sure your pets are safely indoors and keep all the fireworks in an old biscuit tin.....
Sure its not your fireworks safely indoors and your pets in an old biscuit tin?
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