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Yeah, but...

MD DNR and the Feds are very different and do not always agree upon or do the same thing.

Has someone actually spoken to NPS, not DNR at AI?

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Talked to Sam today on the beach and he said he called them and there is a ban in effect. lets hope it does not last long.

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Saw a sign on the way out. Burn ban does not include charcoal grills :-)

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Well, ok, that's it then!

We'll throw a charcoal grill on the sand and load it way up with firewood.

<yeah-right>

So, it it charcoal or gas grills that are allowed?

I've read both items...

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Is this no fire, no grill law just for this weekend? I hope not it's always nice to have a fire on the beach at night while fishing.

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Either I'm loosing my mine (which is quite possible) or they changed the sign at the ORV entrance. There is a burn ban in effect until we get a couple days of rain. This does include charcoal grills. Gas grills are allowed.

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That's how I read it Sam. It will take about 3 days of rain for the ban to be lifted. That way every thing will get saturated. (that's what my brother told me he's with the Berlin Fire Co.)

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