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Old 03-30-2011, 10:17 AM
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Go down to City hall and talk to the bylaw people.
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I use Kingsford briquettes quite frequently in my wfo for other types of cooks, mainly grilling and for slow cooks. Every spring and summer I stock up on briquettes when they go on sale at Home Depot or Lowes. During Memorial Day and July 4th holidays Kingsford briquettes can be had for under $10 for 40 lbs worth (double 20 lb bags). I always buy enough to last me (even through winter) at least until the next sale.
I live in a "Very High Fire Severity Zone" as classified by the local fire department so I try to burn as little wood as I can. For all I know, wood burning is most likely banned here....but I wanted and built the oven, regardless, without checking. Last thing I want is for the FD to find out I have a wfo.

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I always buy enough to last me
Damn! - your picture makes me want to buy stock in Kingsford.
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Old 03-30-2011, 12:41 PM
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Damn! - your picture makes me want to buy stock in Kingsford.
Go to any BBQ forum......you'll see guys making multiple trips to Home Depot to fill their garages with this stuff. HD usually have 4 item limits on deals like this but I've seen guys load up their truck on one trip as well....lol...
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Go down to City hall and talk to the bylaw people.
I like Neil2's suggestion. You are not out anything by making the trip, and you might get some clarification in your favour. Alternatively, ask a neighbour who is not building a WFO to go instead. That way if they ask for a name it doesn't matter.

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Old 05-13-2011, 03:19 PM
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Andrew, Your location says "Salt Spring Island"...? I was under the impression that Salt Spring Island was part of the Southern Gulf Islands. Do the local bylaws of Victoria pertain to the Gulf Islands?

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