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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by txirrigation, Sep 4, 2011.
They've already jumped the Colorado river in at least 2 locations.
Talk about ironic, the local water purveyor started a brush fire with one of their trucks!
Only 210 acres but I bet they feel pretty stupid.
Were they backflow protected?
I posted some picture of the fire in another thread
You must be one of those left wing hippies the other guy was talking about.
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Just a quick up-date - my department has been on scene west of Austin for three days now. Yesterday we had more staff due to the holiday but today we are down to a skeleton crew.
Yes the winds were high enough to jump state Hwy 71, a four lane highway. The wind caused that but today looks to be a bunch better since the wind has abated to some degree.
I am going back to the department in just a few minutes since we are on short stand-by for mutual aide once again.
The terrain I am operating in makes pulling hose a necessity since the fire moved into the surround canyon/basin areas.
I think today we will be able to seriously stomp on this bastard enough to allow people back into their homes later today.
Just one request - any info I provide is NOT to be released for public use since I am not an officer of my department, just a hose monkey.
Hail and good fortune, Hose Monkey!
"I think today we will be able to seriously stomp on this bastard enough to allow people back into their homes later today."
Good luck man, be safe!
Guilty as charged. I sure feel for those folks in Texas.