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Nov 23, 2013 6:03AM
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Treve967's comment is off-base for several reasons.  All but a few of the pictured fire-pits are gas-fired, so -- no smoke and minimal odor.  Also, it's evident from the backgrounds that most of them are situated on very large lots which would allow plenty of room for smoke odors to dissipate.  And finally, most woodburning fire-pit users only have the occasional fire and use shelter-stored, very dry hardwood which produces very little smoke.  My family has lived in suburban/town-and-country settings for years and have enjoyed fire rings and fire pots without ever having received a single negative comment.  Ours' get loaded with recycled downfall tree limbs which reduces clutter and landfill usage and the ashes are spread in bare spots to add carbon to the soil to promote plant and beneficial microbe growth.  Our reward is an opportunity for reflection and fellowship around a beautiful tradition -- a simple fire.

Apr 3, 2013 2:18PM
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These are beautiful-but really do not belong in a city or residential area. Unless you can guarantee that the smoke and odor do not cross your property line and stay in your lungs and in your property and house for you to smell, it is wrong and unhealthy to your neighbors and the neighborhood---health is impacted and property damaged  with the stench of your "ambience and entertainment".



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