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Posted:I went to a drum circle today on a beach. The beach has a sign that says no open fire, along with a bunch of other restrictions.
I ended up spinning fire anyways, despite the sign, with no problems. I had many people speak to me after I finished spinning, telling me how "awesome" i am and that nobody has burned at that drum circle for a few years because the cops started coming (due to a lot of drug use, i believe) and didn't like it. I was apparently the first person to burn for few years, or at least a long time.
Well anyways, I don't want to make a habbit of breaking the law everytime I go to that beach. It was my first time going to the drum circle, so I don't know what the circumstances were back when they began to tell people they couldn't burn. I don't know if they cops told people they couldn't burn in fear of the public or ignorance of fire laws.
What does "open fire" mean? Can I spin my poi at a location that specifically restricts, "open fire?" I want to learn more about the fire laws, but I'm not sure where to look. I've searched on google and got quite lost.
Posted:Was the circle at Siesta Key? I don't know anything about the laws, I'm just indulging a little homesickness. I'm from there and used to go to the circle every week. They did fire at that time with no hassle at all.
I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I needed to be.