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Do You Hate Backyard Bonfires?

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I recently stumbled across a post from another blogger who raised the issue of backyard bonfires.  In the article, the blogger postulates that fire pits in the city limits are an invasion of a neighbors privacy.

In other words, let’s say you don’t want to have a wood fire in your backyard – but your neighbors do.  Technically, they can do what they want on their own property – but – the odor of the wood smoke drifts into their home.

Do you have a backyard fire pit?  Does your neighbor have one?  What are your thoughts on the right to have a fire in your yard – or your right not to have to smell your neighbors smoke.

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