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InspirebyFire


stranger
Location: Texas

Total posts: 24
Posted:My boyfriend and I are going to Galveston for a week towards the end of July! Is it legal to spin fire on a public beach? I want to really bad, but don't want to get a fine or in trouble. If you can answer, thanks! weavesmiley

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FireTom


Stargazer


Total posts: 6650
Posted:Hey there smile

You may check out the "meet others" section or "meetings and gatherings" a little further down in the forum list.

Maybe you find someone - good luck and have fun wave


the best smiles are the ones you lead to wink

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hamamelis
BRONZE Member since Jan 2006

hamamelis

nut.
Location: Bouncing off the walls.

Total posts: 756
Posted:Umm.. I think this is in the right section.. I just don't know what the laws are in Texas..


I reckon if people build fires, or barbeque there often, you're probably OK- maybe try not to pick a spot that's too visible though, as even if it's not actually illegal, it's often percieved to be.


THE MEEK WILL INHERIT THE EARTH!


If that's okay with you?

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InspirebyFire


stranger
Location: Texas

Total posts: 24
Posted:i'm not trying to meet others though.

i was just seeing what other people thought about the situation. ubblol


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InspirebyFire


stranger
Location: Texas

Total posts: 24
Posted:i think its in the right section too. smile

you're probably right about it not being illegal on a beach. i'll just be careful and make sure no one else gets hurt in the process!


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NathanielEverist
SILVER Member since Aug 2007

NathanielEverist

enthusiast
Location: Melbourne

Total posts: 315
Posted:Afraid I don't know about where you are. In Australia, it's illegal to have beach-fires in certain parts due to risk of bush-fire. Call the local fire-service and as them, they'll know the regulations. If you can't be bothered, just make sure you do it in a spot that's low on visibility, as FireTom said.

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hamamelis
BRONZE Member since Jan 2006

hamamelis

nut.
Location: Bouncing off the walls.

Total posts: 756
Posted:I'm not Firetom wink

Owned by him, yes; him, no.


THE MEEK WILL INHERIT THE EARTH!


If that's okay with you?

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Rellizate
GOLD Member since Feb 2007

Rellizate

old hand
Location: Cambridge, UK

Total posts: 719
Posted:Well it's just as legal as it is to spin in, say a public park (almost typed pubic then! Opps! tongue) - which is perfectly legal, but frowned apon by some.

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NathanielEverist
SILVER Member since Aug 2007

NathanielEverist

enthusiast
Location: Melbourne

Total posts: 315
Posted: Written by :hamamelis


I'm not Firetom wink

Owned by him, yes; him, no.



Whoops, sorry. Must have had FireTom on the mind for some reason...


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fire.chef


fire.chef

crazy mofo
Location: Southport, lancashire

Total posts: 99
Posted:I fire spin on the beach all the time, infact we've started a regular meet at ainsdale beach when police come they just stop and watch us for a couple of mins and then go away they've never said anything against it and ive been doing it regularly for over 6 years

Yo Yo Yo motherfcukers

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